Realising that I’ll probably get a few questions from friends about where to eat in Copenhagen. I’ve tried to put together a list. It’s just a list, so don’t expect anything elaborate… But please had any suggestions and comments in … the comments boxes below. As most restaurant websites are not bilingual in both English and Danish, I’ve included some English language reviews and articles as well.
Places that look good, but I haven’t tried
- Slightly fancy fish place in the new cool trendy area in town : http://fiskebaren.dk/en/
- Pizza place in the new cool trendy area in town : http://www.mother.dk/
- (Perhaps overrated pizzaz, but was v full when I passed yesterday evening, but I have never tried it. http://www.tripadvisor.com/
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- Butchershop that does a restaurant in the evenings, here is the menu (Danish only): http://www.gourmandiet.dk/
aftenmenu Gourmandiet, Rosenvængets Allé 7A, 2100 København Ø Tlf. 39 27 10 00 Fax. 39 27 87 00 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Spiseri – italian style, reasonable priced – http://spiseri.dk/?page_id=10 looks good too.
- Have a look at this page of ideas: http://www.spottedbylocals.
- A Michelin stared restaurant that is not NOMA is : http://www.geranium.dk/#/en/
restaurant/welcome/ haven’t tried it, but reviews are good.
- If you want something alternative try to head out to Christiania to Spiseloppen: http://
spiseloppen.dk/ I haven’t been but it is something of an institution.
I have tried these
- CoFoCo – A chain of reasonably priced restaurants around town with different styles: http://cofoco.dk/
- BioMio – organic / vegetarian: http://biomio.dk/
– http://travel.nytimes.com/ 2009/07/05/travel/05bites. html?_r=0
- Cafe Nice – French style cafe: http://www.
- LêLê – http://lele-nhahang.com/ They have a few places around town. The one on Vesterbrogade by Vesterbro square was the place it started.