Burrata

15 August 2016 by Hazel

We're obsessed with this creamy cheese. Though far from Italy, there are plenty of excellent burratas in Copenhagen.

thehazertazer at Omegn Torvehallerne, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Omegn Torvehallerne, madaboutcopenhagen

Omegn

This beautifully buoyant burrata is made in Denmark and it's oh-so-creamy! Served with bread and skagen ham. Photo by @thehazertazer.


ulteriorepicure at Mirabelle, madaboutcopenhagen
ulteriorepicure at Mirabelle, madaboutcopenhagen

Mirabelle

Here's @ulteriorepicure digging into a perfect burrata (made here in Denmark). Just add the city's finest sourdough, olive oil and salt, and you're kind of in heaven!


gaardenoggaden Gaarden & Gaden, madaboutcopenhagen
gaardenoggaden Gaarden & Gaden, madaboutcopenhagen

Gaarden & Gaden

@gaardenoggaden pairing their oh-so-creamy #burrata with cucumber, mint & parsley oil.


martinialig at Mother, madaboutcopenhagen
martinialig at Mother, madaboutcopenhagen

Mother

@martinialig enjoying the burrata pizza at @mother_cph, where the dough is now made using sea water (don't worry - it's totally edible, and tastes good too!)


thehazertazer at Bevi Bevi, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Bevi Bevi, madaboutcopenhagen

Bevi Bevi

The most creamy, oozing delightful Burrata @thehazertazer has ever tasted. Bevi Bevi is a cosy local kinda place, brilliant little wine menu, Aperol Spritz, and 7 dishes (including this one) for only 250 kr.


tesapopesa at Petit Paté, madaboutcopenhagen
tesapopesa at Petit Paté, madaboutcopenhagen

Petit Paté

Here's @tesapopesa enjoying a beautiful array of dishes with the burrata taking centre stage, at (kinda) new wine bar/eatery in Frederiksberg, Petit Paté.

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