Copenhagen, Denmark

Line up for your ticket to flavour town. In a culinary landscape dominated by the cornerstones of New Nordic tradition, Sanchez stands out from the crowds, harnessing the spirit of Mexico into every bite of a concise menu beloved by Copenhagen’s cool kids. Though that’s not to say there’s not local influence at play here, owner Rosio Sanchez is a Noma alum after all. Scandi twists come by way of local ingredients like seafood, sea buckthorn and handmade Danish queso fresco, but the bedrock – sustainable, heirloom corn along with chilies and spices – are all-out Mexican. What to expect? Smartly presented, fine-dining plays on the classics – guacamole with avocado leaf oil; lamb barbacoa; pork tacos with habanero pickled onions; ceviche-style tuna tostada and horchata ice cream – served in a fun-time, corner-spot dining room. A five-course, ‘chef’s choice’ dinner menu offers a solid overview, while Mexican sprits are ripe for the sipping on the cocktail front.

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Istedgade 60, Vesterbro, Copenhagen, 1650