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New dining in Copenhagen

The Danish capital has become one of the 21st-century’s most surprising gastronomic hotspots. Is the New Nordic wave about to crest? Try these recently opened eateries to see what’s next to come out of the kitchen.
Michelin-starred Thai restaurant Kiin Kiin has a stand at WestMarket
COMPILED BY CATRIONA GREW AND RORY GOULDING, WITH CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CRISTIAN BONETTO. PHOTOGRAPH: DANISH BEER ENTHUSIASTS

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(facebook.com/gasolinegrill; Landgreven 10) Some of the city's most famous chefs join the queue at this petrol station-turned-burger takeaway. The menu is refreshingly straight­forward: four burgers (one vege­tarian), fries with a choice of toppings and homemade dips, and two desserts. The flavour is rich without the post-feed grease. The place closes when the burgers run out; usually around 6pm. (Go at lunch to avoid disappointment.)

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In the May issue… hop from one blissful Greek island to another on a Great Escape to the Northeast Aegean; find what's new out of the workshops, kitchens and performing spaces of Amsterdam's most innovative locals; follow in the footsteps of the pioneering Victorian-era traveller Lady Florence Dixie through the wilds of Chilean Patagonia; discover some of the world's best architecture from the 20th and 21st centuries; and much more

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