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Whether you want to have a hearty breakfast consisting of fresh-made bread from the in-house bakery, lunch on fresh salads, homemade burgers and delicious steaks or simply sit at the bar and grab an afternoon craft cocktail or a cup of gourmet coffee, Streckers Cafe is the place to go. With a sleek wood bar, leather stools, a massive gilded mirror, open brick walls and fancy hanging lamps, the pub gives the feel of a new-age tavern. Live music nights are held every evening wherein international artists come in and perform for an enthusiastic audience. With so much happening, it is a very popular spot for both locals and tourists, so remember to book a table.
Put on your best dress (no sneakers allowed), flash your best smile, and enter the lively world of Rosie McGee. One step away from fairy-tale Tivoli lies your evening of dining, drinking and dancing in one of Copenhagen's largest bars. The interior is known to be one of the most expensively done-up in Scandinavia, and it boasts of over 100 beer taps. Most people here are in their mid-twenties. The restaurant is open from noon till 23:00 from Monday to Saturday and till 22:00 on Sunday. On some weekdays, there is live music.
This big Indian restaurant is close to the Town Hall Square. Indian artwork, such as sculptures of Hindu goddesses, create a special atmosphere along with the sweet music all over the restaurant. The Indian buffet is very popular. It contains two different soups, papadam bread and various hot dishes with chicken, beef and vegetables. At lunch the restaurant offers a smaller-and cheaper-buffet. There is choice of a la carte dishes as well. Try the mango lassi! At lunchtime it is usually easy to get a seat, which is sometimes difficult in the evening.
Take a break from the local cuisine and head to LêLê Street Kitchen to indulge in some Vietnamese flavors. This is a small chain of restaurants having outlets across the city, and this location of the chain sees an eclectic mix of patrons from locals to travelers, young and old alike. Their menu is quite creative with a number of smaller plates and main courses that vary depending upon your taste preference and appetite. At LêLê Street Kitchen, food always arrives in generous portions; you can enjoy your orders at the small dine-in area or take-out your orders for a later time.
Red furniture and large mirrors create a pleasant atmosphere at this very centrally located café close to Rådhuspladsen. There is a specializt coffee list, so if coffee is your drink, you will not be disappointed. Should you be just too thirsty to settle for an espresso after visiting all the nearby sights, beer is also served. Have a club sandwich and regain your strength to continue sightseeing. This place is frequented by tourists and Copenhageners alike.