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Savor a delectable array of Danish specialties at this restaurant utilizing fresh ingredients from their own garden. Standing on a picturesque, historic street in the heart of the city, Marv & Ben offers a seasonally changing menu with just three creations each for starter, main course and dessert. Offerings include sea salad with cod, yellow herbs and porc and spring lam. You can also opt for the set menus ranging from two to five courses. The wine list, in contrast, is extensive and features selections from France, Germany, Spain and other popular wine producing regions. The dining room with its flowing whites and warm lighting is a relaxed affair. A colorful mural adds a nice contrast to the space. Check website for more.
If you're looking for a special place to eat, Godt is it. The name means "good," and also plays on its similarity with the name of the street, Gothersgade. The exclusive French cuisine has been awarded one Michelin star, and many Danish critics rate the restaurant very highly. With a dining room that only seats 20, reservations are essential.
Located in the heart of the city, Kadeau ranks among the acclaimed breed of New Nordic restaurants that has taken Denmark's culinary world by storm. The menu is terroir-driven and a celebration of ingredients sourced from Bornholm, a Danish island. Seasonally changing ingredients mean that the menu offerings change frequently. Diners have an option of a set four-course journey chosen by the chefs or an eight-course culinary extravaganza, to fully experience the kitchen's diversity. The wine list is extensive and features a lot of natural wines. There's a chefs table as well for up to 10 diners. Reservations are recommended.
Restaurant Kanalen is located in idyllic surroundings, by the canal at Christianshavn. Take a gondola to the restaurant for a truly grand experience of Copenhagen. Upon your arrival you will find French-Danish cuisine and a world-class wine list. The restaurant offers excellent Danish lunches and buffets, an à la carte menu, and a daily special with a selection of three to six dishes of very high gastronomic quality.
Kokkeriet offers discerning diners a divine and scrumptious blend of Danish and French delicacies that are served by a friendly staff. Cooking classes are conducted for those interested in the finer nuances of Danish cuisine while they also do catering for private parties and lunches. Awarded a star by the Michelin Guide, diners will be pleasantly surprised to find that the prices at Kokkeriet are somewhat lower than other similarly lauded establishments.
Kiin Kiin offers diners a chance to indulge in a variety of tantalizing dishes in a delightful ambiance. This cafe-restaurant also features a wine bar that houses wines from all across the world; the wine connoisseurs should be pleased with this collection for sure. Take-away is possible so if you lack the time for a sit-down dinner, stop by and pick up your parcel.
A thrilling gastronomic experience, in a warm atmosphere devoid of drama, awaits you at this restaurant located in Norrebro. Acclaimed chef Christian Puglisi's influences are from around the world and the diverse menu showcases this. Specialties include cooked and burnt cabbage, raw beef as well as sunflower seeds, kornly and pine. Diners have a choice of a four course or a seven course set menus, with a fantastic selection of wines accompanying each course. Apart from this, diners can also opt for the Table 0, a 12 course extravaganza that fully displays the kitchen's creativity. The intimate dining room, done up in white, punctuated by exposed-brick pillars, is a relaxed affair. Low-hanging lamps over each table and a smattering of artwork on the walls adds a nice touch. Check website for more.
Perched on the eighth level, Geranium offers stunning views of the sprawling Faelledparken as well as the Osterbro and Parken stadiums that fall close by. With the modern menu of Nordic specialties, chef Rasmus Koefed creates a sensory experience for diners that involves diners in his food philosophies. The carefully crafted tasting menus for lunch and dinner take diners through a journey of the region's rich produce and culinary traditions. Diners can choose from the extensive wine list or go for the set menu that includes recommended pairings of wine and other beverages. The expansive dining room sports a sleek interior, with ample play of natural light during daytime. There's an intimate space for hosting private events and conferences as well.