Special pancakes for prominent guests
If you are a guest of Copenhagen Town Hall, you most likely will try one of their special pancakes. There is a a longstanding tradition of serving prominent guests and sports stars the so-called 'rådhuspandekager' – 'town hall pancakes'. It's a pancake filled with an orange cream, rolled and with a top layer consisting of apricot jam and baked almonds.
The tradition can be traced back to 1928, and the pancakes have been served to a range of prominent visitors – from the Danish football team when they won the European Championship in 1992 and to Ethiopia's former emperor Haile Selassie.
Pancakes for a cartoon bear
In the Tivoli Gardens theme park there is a pancake house dedicated to a famous Danish cartoon bear called Rasmus Klump. The children's character is known to wear a blue hat and dotted shorts, and he is especially famous for his love of eating pancakes.
The cartoon was created back in 1951 as a newspaper strip, and in the stories, Rasmus Klump's mum always makes him a pile of pancakes as big as himself! In Tivoli both the young and the young-at-heart can enjoy these pancakes – https://www.tivoligardens.com/en/mad+og+drikke/spisesteder/rasmus+klumps+pandekagehus%20