No negatives (to speak of) when this silver spoon’s in your mouth

Forget about fancy wine gatherings. Silver.Spoon events are non-educational, but inspirational from top to toe. It’s about bringing together individuals with the same passion for good wine and food without pretences. Guerilla dining is a venture Silver.Spoon started in Copenhagen, offering locals and visitors alike the concept of ‘pop-up restaurant’. It aims at creating ephemeral restaurants where chefs, menus, venues, and themes come together for single events before disbanding only to reappear elsewhere in various permutations.

  Sommelier Rasmus Amdi Larsen came to seek redress after this woman

  didn’t finish any of her wines. Turned out she had to drive home.



  “It is the first time we have done something so intimate, but it will definitely

   not be the last,” organiser Tiffany Ng (centre) explained.



  Sommelier Rasmus Amdi Larsen (far right) presented a four-wine tasting

  menu, reflecting the lightness of the beautiful season.




  To enhance the wine selection, chefs Mette Dahlgaard and Kamilla Seidler

  created four tastes per course (totalling 16 tastes over the evening).



  Jesper Them Petersen (centre) was among those present, and said the wine

  pairings were “amazing”.