We have a collaborative relationship with two farms, one just north of Copenhagen in Krogerup and the other in Barritskov in Vejle, in Jutland. Both farms are operated by the Danish producers Aarstiderne, and we work together, tending to a small piece of land which we use to grow many special varieties of vegetables, fruits, and edible flowers for the restaurant. This gives us room to experiment, and try new things; serving the produce we love to our guests. We also share the knowledge from our kitchen back with the farm, which is used to guide and improve their work. Our menu changes seasonally, and throughout the year we preserve some of the best ingredients to be given a new life in winter when the cold has set in.
Throughout the year we spend time foraging through woods, fields, and beaches; picking berries, flowers, mushrooms and nuts, and preserving the best of each season. Back at the restaurant we ferment a range of ingredients from pumpkin seeds to squid guts, brewing new flavors to heighten our dishes. We collaborate closely with our farmers to better understand our ingredients and our region, and in an effort to keep exploring the “Copenhagen Kitchen”. We offer both a menu, Summer at 108, and a la carte and if you can’t find a table on the booking page, you are welcome to come for our walk-in table. Every night we have a few seats reserved for guests without reservation, seats are given on a first come, first served basis.
The Corner is our coffee and wine bar. In the corner of our building, we serve freshly brewed coffee and pastry from early morning, and a large selection of wines from dinner and onwards. We serve breakfast from Thursday to Monday from 08:00 (09:00 on weekends). Reservations cannot be made in The Corner. From 17:00 to 22:00 we offer various snacks for your wine, which you can enjoy before your dinner in the restaurant. We cooperate exclusively with small wine producers, and our organic draft beer is made in collaboration with Nørrebro Bryghus; a Copenhagen based micro brewery.