The ‘foodclub copenhagen’ in the French capital of Paris has one of the city’s best-known restaurants.
Its motto is ‘Food in the air’.
It’s the sort of place that attracts people from all over, not just the working classes, and the club has its fair share of celebrities as well as a host of international celebrities.
Its owners have been open about their love for food since it opened in 2008.
One of the main features is their ‘food in the atmosphere’ restaurant, which serves a mix of local and international fare.
But, in the past few years, its owners have also gone for the latest trends, like using natural ingredients and experimenting with fresh and local ingredients.
The owners have recently made the move to a more ‘traditional’ restaurant menu.
Their new ‘food’ menu includes: ‘Dinner with rice’ – a menu with rice and a salad.
‘Baked pork’ – pork belly, rice, a tomato, onion and green peppers.
‘Chicken nuggets’ – chicken and potato salad.
The restaurant’s owners also recently added ‘café de france’ to the menu, which features a range of traditional French cuisine, from ‘boule de lait’ to ‘poulet de pâté’.
The chef has also experimented with fresh local ingredients, including leek, onion, mushrooms and cucumber.
One thing that the owners seem to be most passionate about is ‘lunch with a view’ – the club’s lunch with a group of friends.
In the past, patrons have enjoyed the option of ordering a buffet or a ‘foodie’ buffet.
Now, the menu offers a ‘laundry’, which offers a selection of ‘local’ food, as well a range from ‘mains’ like steak and seafood to ‘gourmet’ dishes like lobster, pork and chicken.
The dining experience at the club is all about ‘being in the moment’, and ‘having fun’.
It can also be said that the food at the food club is quite popular with its regular clientele.
There’s a large number of regulars and regulars come to the club for the sake of the food.
It also attracts a lot of tourists.
As a result, the restaurant’s staff often have to stay up late, as their restaurant can only serve food to the ‘regular’ customers.
But the owner says he doesn’t mind being late, and he’s hoping to keep the club going.
The club’s restaurant menu also includes a range for those who don’t like to cook.
‘Food club copen’ – two dishes with potatoes, carrots, and onion, served on the side.
‘Mondays with potatoes’ – potatoes, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, and spinach on a bed of rice with a salad on the sides.
‘Souvlaki’ – salad with potatoes and tomatoes on a plate, served with mashed potatoes and vegetables on a platter.
‘Pies and pies’ – four kinds of pies, with different flavours on a table.
‘Curry and chilli’ – curry and chillis served with potato chips and chillies on a rice dish.
The ‘lounge’ – three kinds of seats – including ‘chandelier-style’, ‘caviar-style’ and ‘ceremonial’ seats.
‘Lounge-style with seating’ – table in a private area with seats in between.
‘Videogame room’ – seated in a corner with an on-screen projector.
‘Club kitchen’ – with a variety of kitchen appliances.
The menu is open for everyone, whether they like it or not.
It is not unusual to see people from the public, the private sector, and even the club regulars coming to the restaurant for their lunch.
It’s also worth mentioning that the club also offers a number of events for its patrons to enjoy.
For example, the club offers a monthly ‘family dinner’ with a few people who come to work from home.
It has a ‘family dance’ which also serves a limited number of guests.
If you have more than 10 people in your party, the ‘family feast’ is open to everyone.
And if you’re invited to a party for one or two, the staff will have you stay overnight at the hostel to enjoy the atmosphere of the club.
In a nutshell, the food in the ‘club copen’, ‘mondays’ and even ‘lungo’ is not to be missed.
If, for example, you’re planning a trip to France this year, be sure to check out the ‘moody’ club at copenhagen.