- 2023 round
The Bocuse d'Or Academy Denmark stands behind the Danish candidate. They provide financing for the Danish participation in the competition and are responsible for administration and logistics.
Their goal is to highlight the quality of Danish gastronomy and Danish food culture by maintaining and strengthening Denmark's position as a trend-setting, innovative and recognized gastronomic nation with the best ingredients and the most skilled chefs. They want to strengthen Denmark as a food nation and to show that they are at the forefront of ecology, sustainability and the fight against food waste, and prioritize this.
Denmark's participation in the Bocuse d'Or is an important prerequisite for the strong international focus that Danish gastronomy has benefited from in recent years. In the future, Bocuse d'Or Academy Denmark must continue to increase interest in the Bocuse d'Or competition among chefs, producers and sponsors alike; so it is by attracting the greatest culinary talents that they will be able to maintain the high level.
Participation to the Grand Final: 19
Podium: 8 podiums
- 1993 : Jens Peter Kolbeck, Bocuse d'Argent
- 2005 : Rasmus Kofoed, Bocuse de Bronze
- 2007 : Rasmus Kofoed, Bocuse d'Argent
- 2011 : Rasmus Kofoed, Bocuse d'Or
- 2013 : Jeppe Foldager, Bocuse d'Argent
- 2019 : Kenneth Toft-Hansen, Bocuse d'Or
- 2021 : Ronni Vexøe Mortensen, Bocuse d'Argent
- 2023 : Brian Mark Hansen, Bocuse d'Or
On top of the fantastic performance in Lyon in January by Gold Winner Brian Mark Hansen and Commis Elisabeth Madsen, it is time to find the Academy Bocuse d'Or Denmark's new candidate, who will defend the Danish colors and the prestigious title.
As you know, the journey begins with a national selection, and the Bocuse d'Or Academy Denmark will continue the journey with the new candidate in the fight to represent world-class Danish gastronomy. In a strong field of three Danish chefs, Sebastian Holberg Svendsgaard won ahead of Jack Cramer and Michael Nørtoft.