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Tak for i aften • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
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Mælkebøtter fra Kiselgården • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
Bryst fra Frilands gris serveret på ben • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
Solbærsorbet & blåbærsnaps • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
Smør, hybenroser & timian • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Emil og 'Fritz' • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Stegt salat og salat emulsion, tilbehør til ny ret med gris og kålsauce • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
Så er der stenbidderrogn! Mandel pure, glaskål, blomsterkarse og masser af stenbidderrogn serveret i 'beurre blanc' på siden • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
Enebær & havregryn småkager med æblecreme • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Kalvekæbe, stegt spinat, ramsløg og knoldselleri • dinning week på Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
Cocktail time... ... See MoreSee Less
Så skal vi ind og spise på jeres cafe, torsdag
uhhmm! vi glæder os ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Klar til service & Brian McKnight • Almanak ... See MoreSee Less
Solen skinner i Havnegade og varmer så skønt. Hvad med et stykke smørrebrød i det gode vejr? Kom forbi og nyd solen. Vi har byens smukkeste udsigt. ... See MoreSee Less
The Nordic icetea, take #2
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Nu kan du spise frokost på Studio - hver fredag. Book bord her: http://bordibyen.dk/widget/res/website/162 ... See MoreSee Less
...The making of 'The Nordic icetea'
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Vores dejlige tjenerelev ELSKER at pudse isspandene!
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Trying out coffee: new recipe or new coffee??#studiocph ... See MoreSee Less
Mad og vin går hånd i hånd. ... See MoreSee Less
..."matured" beet tatar with creamy goat cheese, tart sorrel and spicy plants... http://t.co/qCZKrRnxkJ ... See MoreSee Less
Get the whole picture - and other photos from torsten vildgaard
1 month ago
...beet"tatar"... http://t.co/fPCwtmIrum ... See MoreSee Less
....Beet"tatar"... ... See MoreSee Less
...maybe a cliché..but here u have the essens of a day off! Thanx @klaus_thomsen http://t.co/2Zp8Owyd0V ... See MoreSee Less
...the life of a busy chef...recipes on what u can find...#keeptesting http://t.co/XpBnxUvuap ... See MoreSee Less
Celeriac and apples with juice of green coriander and oil of green juniper. http://t.co/XYQPY7Ohvd ... See MoreSee Less
Hver fredag fra 21. februar holder vi åbent til frokost kl. 12-14. Allerede nu kan du se menuen og booke bord her: http://thestandardcph.dk/studio-2/studio-menu/… ... See MoreSee Less
Team Verandah were thrilled to have Brian McKnight dining with us late on Friday night, after he guest appeared at the jazz club. Here is Brian with Jordan Grigg, Rizwana Merchant, our creative director at the restaurant and Niels Lan Doky, music director at the jazzclub ... See MoreSee Less
Sounds really cool...see you soon
OM shantih ... See MoreSee Less
Head chef Ajay Rana debuting his new menu with team Verandah. Visit us and try it or stop by and hang out by the bar where you can experience indian streetfood and cocktails. ... See MoreSee Less
Vores kokke er vilde med at bage naan! Så hvis I er flere end 6 personer, der spiser på Verandah, får I serveret et naanbrød som dette til jeres hovedret. Så kan man da spise brød til! #verandahcph ... See MoreSee Less
Irina, our Estonian bartender presents four of our most popular cocktails; Flutterby Lassi, Ooty Town Gimlet, Arrack Punch and Quinine Sour. Come by and have a taste, maybe before or after a dinner at Verandah. Or maybe your just in the mood for indian cocktails and mouth watering bar snacks... ... See MoreSee Less
"København har fået en indisk restaurant i topklassen" http://troelsoborsen.wordpress.com/2013/10/… ... See MoreSee Less
"Hvis København skal bevare sin status som en af verdens mest spændende gastronomi-destinationer, så skal der friske kræfter til. Og de behøver ikke nødvendigvis at være nynordiske, hvilket såvel E...
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Her er 80 pladser i alt, herunder 58 i restauranten, 8 i baren og 14 i loungen. Verandah serverer aftensmad alle ugens dage, undtagen mandag.
3 months ago
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Flere og flere unge mænd får invaliderende hjerteproblemer på grund af anabolske steroider. De værste tilfælde ender...
På Verandah serveres der ikke kun indisk mad - også indiske cocktails. Du er derfor mere end velkommen til blot at hænge ud i baren med en Arrack Punch, Ooty Town Gimlet, Flutterby Lassi eller en af de mange andre eksotiske cocktails. ... See MoreSee Less
Anmeldelse: Verandah ... See MoreSee Less
Verandah hæver det krydrede køkken til nye højder herhjemme.
5 smukke stjerner til Verandah i Berlingske Tidende ...
http://aok.dk/restaurant-og-cafe/… ... See MoreSee Less
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Indretningen ... See MoreSee Less
En skuffende oplevelse. Pris og niveau passede på ingen måde sammen. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, French bassist Pierre Boussaguet (who currently appears at The Standard through March 16) did a pilgrimage to Osted, the birth town of his mentor, the late great Danish bass master and innovator, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen. After a visit to NHØP's grave in Osted cimetary, Pierre and his trio (with Jacob Fischer on guitar and Niclas Bardeleben on drums) gave a concert for students and faculty at Osted Fri- og Efterskole, the school that was run by the Ørsted Pedersen family and where Niels-Henning was brought up based on the values and principles of Danish philosopher Grundtvig. It was a very emotional day for all involved. TV2 News covered the event, see the piece on this link. ... See MoreSee Less
Den danske jazz-legende Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen blev i dag mindet i sin fødeby Osted lidt uden for Roskilde.
1 hour ago
Under parolen ”jazz uden alder” præsenterer vi nu jazz for børn på The Standard. Ramasjang-vært Jeppe Fig Vind, tager sine jazzhyæner i poterne, fire søndage i træk fra 16. marts, til en musikalsk fest med masser af flødeskum på toppen. Tag dit barn i hånden eller hele familien under armen til børnejazz, hvor både den yngste og den ældste kan knipse med. Læs mere her: http://thestandardcph.dk/program/boernejazz/… ... See MoreSee Less
5 hours ago
Don't miss the final dates of the second JAZZ MASTERWORKS SERIES project at The Standard this week. Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen’s full length album ”The Eternal Traveller” is performed live by Pierre Boussaguet (bass/France), Ole Kock Hansen (piano/Denmark) & Jonas Johansen (drums/Denmark). Book tickets here: http://thestandardcph.dk/program/ ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Music Director NIELS LAN DOKY talks about NHØP and the album THE ETERNAL TRAVELLER: My own recording career started in 1985 and Niels-Henning was my mentor at the time and got me my first recording contract so I spent a lot of time with him back then. Niels-Henning's own most recent album at the time was The Eternal Traveller album (released in 1984) and he talked a lot about it. The album featured mainly jazz renditions of Danish folk songs, one of Niels-Henning's most essential innovations and contributions, but at the time he was still having a hard time getting producers to believe in this radical departure from the traditional jazz standard repertoire. No labels wanted to produce the album and it was only produced thanks to financial support from the Danish culture ministry. But finally once the album was completed, everyone loved it and wanted it and the Pablo label in American quickly signed a deal to release it worldwide. It was an important milestone and door opener for myself and other Scandinavian jazz musicians who believed that we have great songs of our own and didn't need to always use the American songs as basis for jazz improvisation.
Niels-Henning appropriately named the album The Eternal Traveller because that is what he was. He just kept doing one tour after the other with no end. Travelling all over the world non stop. I remember one of his itineraries that year was Copenhagen-Tokyo-Copenhagen-Madrid-Tokyo all of that in less than a week! Can you imagine! Permant jet lag!This was quite typical for him. Demanded all over the world. He told me once, "Niels, when you work as hard as I do, sooner or later a bill will come". And he was right, he never stopped and he died at the age of 57. Luckily he accomplished more than what most people could accomplish in a 100 lifetimes and he left an unparalleled legacy. But still, we miss him greatly. I fill up with intense feelings of gratitude every time I think of him. He set the bar so high and was incredible inspirational both as a musician but also as the deeply compelling and intelligent human being that he was. He gave so much to so many and I feel humble and blessed for having had the chance to work with him on so many memorable occasions. His impact is so strong that he stills feels alive to me.
The Eternal Traveller album is one of his very best, some will argue that it was his best. I am very excited to hear Pierre, Jonas and Ole perform this repertoire at the Standard. ... See MoreSee Less
NHØP - 1960's Sessions - Denmark -
The guys are getting ready for tonight. Read more and book tickets here: http://thestandardcph.dk/program/ ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
Pierre Boussaguet on Niels-Henning:
”I was deeply moved when I heard NHØP for the first time.
It was my second or third jazz album so you can imagine the impact.
In fact I stopped playing the bass because I faced the fact that it had nothing to do with years and years of practice but this guy with a charming strange long name (my first experience with danish language!) was killing my dream right away.
It took me 25 years to recover from that day. Yes I realized that I alone put limits on my ability to learn and improve. Today I just hear the sound, the meaning of a note, the music and just feel totally free to follow that amazing path.
I'm not even close to his technical achievement but I don't even think about it. This new perception about Niels Henning playing started when I was listening to a brief showcase he was doing before a concert. It happened that I was there but he did not see me sitting in the audience. I was saying hello with my hand but realized he could not see me because of the light spots in front of him. All of this to explain that I heard him explaining what he decided to practice. Basically he dared to use both hands in a different way that permitted him to play other things than any other bassist does. Red Mithchell did the same thing. I feel this as a proove of great intelligence and humility at the same time: Just use what you have, try things, work at them and accept to go to yourself, forgetting the others. It sound pretty easy when you read it, but it ain't at all. It's hard to be yourself. But he also insisted about the full concentration he put when he was playing lines, which is 95% of a bassist job. So I'm not at all trying to sound like him; never did. But I focused on the mental process: Try things, work at them, and just be yourself. Regarding the album The Eternal Traveler, life is funny. I just moved to Paris in 1985 and there was a club where all jazz musicians were hanging, exactly as it was with the legendary "Montmartre" in the 60's in Copenhagen. The co-owner, a firstclass lady, was playing night after night that album, but only at the moment where we were just a few left. It had to be an intimate moment, she insisted on listening to the music with full concentration. That was my first contact with Scandinavian (Danish) musical culture. I never transcribe one note or phrase, I just tried to immerge myself into this new music from another world than the one I knew. I always hate that moment when you start to put names on things, notes, chords, because if on one side you properly learn some things, you demystify them. It works only is you pass that step and re-discover the mystery of it, the eternal unknown. So when this idea came to play this material, I just suddenly remember those nights in 1985 where every note sounded unreachable. I love the idea to play with Ole and Jonas, who I don't know yet… fantastic. Looking forward to this experience, and yes, stressed, I confess!” ... See MoreSee Less
BRIAN McKNIGHT, AMANDA THOMSEN & NIELS LAN DOKY:
Watch this excerpt from their recent magical night at The Standard:
http://live.thestandardcph.com/secret/9342330/… ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Jonas Johansen on NHØP:
For me it all happened by a coincidence. I was playing at a friends final exam at the Conservatory in Copenhagen, and NHØP was his teacher. Since it was totally out of any reasonable picture, that I should ever get the chance to actually play with Niels-Henning myself, I was not nervous at all. I just played and had fun. And it then happened that Niels-Henning actually liked my playing. I believe for that reason. Had I been looking at it as an audition, or gotten the idea that he was actually paying attention to my playing, it would never had happened.... I would have been to tense. Anyway, he called me shortly after to sub for Alvin Queen in his trio with Ulf Wakenius. I couldn't make it, I had something I couldn't cancel, and then thought...."he'll never call again"... But he did, another year later, and I stated subbing (for Adam Nussbaum this time), for some years, until I became permanent member of the trio from about 1996. The very first concert we did in Holstebro, Denmark, I heard this instrument coming out of my monitor (it was a festival concert), playing Donna Lee, very fast and powerful. There was a guitar, but I couldn't figure out what was the other instrument.... It was NHØP... Never heard a sound like that before.... The honor of playing with NHØP was immense. The everyday joy of listening to his sound on the stage, and making music together with him was enormous. And I must also say; I really liked him as a person. Really. A lot. We had the greatest time together. He was a really good man. Sweet, funny, smart, and not at all especially happy for being a celebrity. He just wanted to be himself, and that we, and everybody else for that matter, should be them self also. "When to many people starts to walk in the same direction, it represents a problem" as he often said. That being political (Nazism, Communism what ever) or listening to the same music, or being fan of the same artist (him self included). He was very famous for his technical abilities, but for me personally, above all it was the sound of his instrument that struck me the most.I am looking very much forward to this week, to play with Pierre and Ole, and to meet Pierre for the first time.. ... See MoreSee Less
Pianist OLE KOCK HANSEN is one the great masters of jazz piano in Denmark. He was actually Niels Lan Doky's piano teacher before the latter moved to the USA in 1981 to study at Berklee College of Music. Ole Kock Hansen has had a life long association with Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen. They went to school together and knew each other since they were young boys and before they even started to play music. Ole Kock Hansen has played a significant role in NHØP's career as he masterminded a lot of the arrangements of Danish folk songs that NHØP and he performed and recorded together and which was an innovative credit often primarily attributed to NHØP.
This week's JAZZ MASTERWORKS SERIES project at The Standard features a live rendition of the groundbreaking NHØP album "The Eternal Traveller" from 1984 where Ole Kock Hansen will be heard playing all of the music from the album along with former NHØP Trio drummer JONAS JOHANSSEN and the great French bassist visiting us from Paris, PIERRE BOUSSAGUET. Don't miss it! Read more and book tickets here: http://thestandardcph.dk/program/ ... See MoreSee Less
The great French bassist PIERRE BOUSSAGUET is appearing at The Standard this week for the second project of our JAZZ MASTERWORKS SERIES which is a live performance of the full length album "The Eternal Traveller" released in 1984 by the late great Danish jazz master and bass innovator NIELS-HENNING ØRSTED PEDERSEN.
Boussaguet is considered to be one of the finest jazz bassist in the world today and he is also recognized as one the late master's most prolific and significant disciples. Don't miss him as he appears this week with NHØP alumni OLE KOCK HANSEN (piano) and JONAS JOHANSSEN (drums). Read more and book tickets here: http://thestandardcph.dk/program/ ... See MoreSee Less
In 1984 the Danish bass master and innovator NIELS-HENNING ØRSTED PEDERSEN released the groundbreaking album "THE ETERNAL TRAVELLER" that contained jazz renditions of Danish folks songs such as "Jeg Ved En Lærkerede", "En Elefant Kom Marcherende" and "Sig Månen Langsomt Hæver" in addition to some of the best original NHØP compositions ever recorded, such as "Dawn" and "The Eternal Traveller". Although NHØP had explored these artistic paths beforehand, this highly refined album was kind of a peak culmination of his work in this direction. Furthermore, the album was released worldwide on Norman Granz' prestigious record label, Pablo (named after his friend Picasso, who also designed the logo) - which in itself is a major accomplishment and recognition of the viability renditions of Danish traditional songs in a jazz context.
The second project in the JAZZ MASTERWORKS SERIES at The Standard, that starts this Tuesday, is a live remake of this legendary album and it will feature none less than pianist OLE KOCK HANSEN who was NHØP's long time associate and pianist on the original "The Eternal Traveller" album, and drummer JONAS JOHANSSEN who was NHØP's drummer for many years in the latter part of his life and carreer. And last but not least, in the leading role, flying in to join us from Paris, France, is one of the most significant and prolific NHØP disciples in the world today, French bassist PIERRE BOUSSAGUET.
Don't miss this unique world premiere performance and musical celebration from this Tuesday to Sunday. Read more and book tickets here: http://thestandardcph.dk/program/ ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
We are thrilled to have one of Denmark's greatest piano masters, THOMAS CLAUSEN, at The Standard this week with his trio that features bassist Thomas Fonnesbæk and drummer Karsten Bagge. It is the first group to participate in our JAZZ MASTERWORKS SERIES and they have delivered compelling live renditions of Chick Corea's debut album "Now He Sings Now He Sobs" from 1968 in addition to brilliant original compositions by Thomas Clausen himself. The trio has 3 nights left (tonight Friday, tomorrow Saturday and Sunday). Don't miss them!
Read more and book tickets here: http://en.thestandardcph.dk/ ... See MoreSee Less
JAZZ MASTERWORKS PREMIERES TONIGHT!
One of Denmark’s most prolific and respected jazz pianists, THOMAS CLAUSEN, opens tonight at The Standard. As the first project in The Standard’s new JAZZ MASTERWORKS SERIES, Thomas Clausen and his trio will live perform the entire iconic Chick Corea album ”Now He Sings, Now He Sobs” from 1968, Corea’s debut album as a leader which went on to set new standards as to how a piano trio could sound. At the time of its release, the then only 18 year old Thomas Clausen was deeply compelled by this groundbreaking album and studied it intensively. It was an acoustic album that came out at a time when most jazz people were starting to experiment with electric instruments – a greatly inspiring and creative period for Thomas Clausen who since 1979 has led 3 different trios comprising some of Denmark’s leading jazz artists (NHØP, Alex Riel, Jesper Lundgaard, Mads Vinding etc). The members of the current THOMAS CLAUSEN TRIO include the Danish bass talent Thomas Fonnesbæk and the drummer Karsten Bagge. In addition to the entire "Now He Sings Now He Sobs" program, the trio will also perform a selection of original Thomas Clausen compositions. Appearing tonight until Sunday March 2nd.
Read more and book tickets here: http://en.thestandardcph.dk/ ... See MoreSee Less