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  • For smørrebrød at its most fashionable, a must-stop is the Royal Café, in the heart of Copenhagen's shopping district, which has created something called "smushi," a combination of smørrebrød and sushi.

    The Danish Sandwich, Reloaded

  • The Royal Cafe A smushi small Danish open-faced sandwich at the Royal Café But we felt a touch of hygge at Torvehallerne, a glass-enclosed food market bustling with butchers, florists, bakers and spicemongers.

    Where Cold Is Cool

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  • Core77.com: '"Smushi." Not only is it fun to say, but it looks fun to eat too. Smushi, invented by "gastronaut" Rud Christiansen for The Royal Cafe, is the cross-cultural love child of traditional Danish smørrebrød and sushi. It looks simply delectable and we're glad they didn't name it "susmørreshibrød."'

    November 22, 2007