Eating outside the box: Copenhagen restaurant Brace is launching Brace Take-Away: The 4 Hands Edition, a series of collaborative dinners available exclusively for take-away with some of Denmark’s most talented chefs
Two weeks ago, Danish restaurant Brace launched an incredible take-away initiative at their Copenhagen restaurant with a selection of dishes that could be collected, heated if needed and enjoyed by guests at home.
Now, they’re treating foodies to something one degree hotter – Brace Take-Away: The 4 Hands Edition, a series of collaborative dinners available exclusively for take-away with some of Denmark’s most talented chefs, artisanal producers and phenomenal suppliers.
To kick off the new isolation-friendly initiative, Nicola Fanetti is set to welcome famed Nordic chef Claus Meyer, co-founder of Noma, for the inaugural (and innovative) event on Thursday 2nd April. The full line-up will be announced over the coming weeks.
These pioneering chefs will come together and blend cooking styles to create an original 4-course collaborative menu, drawing inspiration from the season’s best ingredients. Menus will very much carry the soul of Brace, featuring all local, organic and wild produce with sustainability and seasonality at their core.
Priced at 385 DKK per person, the menu consists of a surprise snack (a signature offering at Brace), two starters and a main course. Guests will also be able to add-on a dessert course for an additional 70 DKK.
All orders will be pre-ordered and pre-paid via the Brace website prior to the pick up day. Guests can choose from 3 “sittings” and can collect their meals hands-free from the Brace courtyard at 17:00, 18:00 or 19:00.
Commenting on why they wanted to launch this initiative, Co-Founder Ursula Waltemath told us: “At this time of uncertainty it’s more important than ever for us to engage and unite our community. Even though the restaurant as we knew it is closed, we can still use the resources we have to give light and support our suppliers and friends in the hospitality industry”.
Chef Nicola continued: “We also wanted to bring back that feeling of excitement that we are missing right now by having a special 4 hands event at our restaurant. It’s a new challenge for us doing it this way and hopefully we can have some fun with it!”