Gallic gastronomic delights at Docken

Voulez-vous the best? Come to Fransk Affære

A small piece of France has landed in Copenhagen, with the city’s four day exhibition of french businesses and products all under one roof.

Over 30 exhibitors will showcase their goods from shiny new Renaults to the finest Pinot Noir.  

Trendy cafés Frenchy and Voulez Vous will serve guests with crepes, drinks and gateau throughout the packed programme that includes children’s activities, wine and food tasting followed by a concert from french electro pop trio Télé Rouge.  (AC)


ongoing, ends Nov 2, open Thu 14:00-20:00, Fri & Sat 11:00-20:00, Sun 11:00-17:00; Docken, Færgehavnsvej 35, Cph Ø; 150kr, under-12s free adm, billet.dk; franskaffaere.dk





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