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Zugarbaby

Zugarbaby

Large portions, low prices and an edgy Vesterbro atmosphere distinguish this burger bar, retro down to the Miracle Whip mayo, which accompanies each order. Non-carnivores are catered for with salmon rolls and spinach lasagne, while... Read More

Spiseloppen

Spiseloppen

Huge but hidden away above a club, this is a good bet for dining inside the walls of the alternative community of Christiania. Cosy, candlelit and decidedly cosmopolitan, thanks to its international community of servers, Spieseloppen... Read More

Relae

Relae

Don't be fooled by the bare tables, exposed brick and industrial, laid-back setting. This restaurant, where many of Copenhagen's Michelin-starred chefs come to eat on their day off, may look casual, but it was voted the city's best new... Read More

Radio

Radio

New Nordic on a budget is the mission statement of this pared-down place, which keeps prices low by turning tables rapidly. As a result, service can be a little brusque, but the inventive food is worth it - only what you’d expect from... Read More

Paté Paté

Paté Paté

Appropriately enough for the meatpacking district, this restaurant-cum-wine bar was once a liver pâté factory. Today the liver may turn up on crostini and nicely cooked slabs of foie de veau, as well as in the pâtéde campagne. The... Read More

Noma

Noma

Voted world's best restaurant three years in a row, Noma put Copenhagen on the world's culinary map. Chef Rene Redzepi eschews fancy foreign ingredients like tomatoes and olive oil in favour of local seafood and vegetables, and everyone... Read More

Les Trois Cochons

Les Trois Cochons

A well-kept secret, despite the excellent value and picturesque location, this restaurant is on a charming street reminiscent of Paris's Left Bank. Locals call it Cofoco after the owners, Copenhagen Food Consulting; the style is... Read More

Lagkagehuset

Lagkagehuset

The name may translate loosely as “layer cake”, but this excellent chain bakery is famous for its fabulous Danish pastries. This is a great place to dive into for a coffee and a taste of flaky heaven whenever you pass a branch. The... Read More

La Galette

La Galette

This is an authentic, French-owned Breton creperie, right down to the organic buckwheat for the pancakes. In spite of this, it’s cheap as - er - chips, with inventive Danish-inspired fillings like salmon, “caviar”, chives and... Read More

Kødbyens Fiskebar

Kødbyens Fiskebar

The elegant tank at the heart of this eatery in the heart of the meatpacking district gives the clue to the dedication here to all things fishy. A casual ambience belies the serious cuisine, but the bar has a life of its own, and at... Read More

Klubben

Klubben

Nostalgia from middle-aged Danes who can no longer find the old-style food their mothers used to make drives the traffic. Smørrebrød, certainly, but also herring, Danish omelettes, meatballs, pork hearts and gammalost - an alarming... Read More

Johns Hotdog Deli

Johns Hotdog Deli

It may only be a kiosk, but it dispenses all manner of fabulous frankfurters Copenhagen clubbers favour as the finale to a good night out. Famous for its Friday all-nighters, avoid disappointment on other days by coming between 11am and... Read More

Host

Host

This is a new one from Cofoco, who are now going all-out to showcase Nordic cuisine in their latest location. Décor is industrial-concrete and zinc, made cosy with reclaimed wood, wool and lambskin. Expect a quirky take on ingredients,... Read More

Geranium

Geranium

Awarded a Michelin star in 2012, this is another of Copenhagen's contenders in the New Nordic Cuisine department. Chef Rasmus Kofoed won the prestigious Bocus d'Or international chefs' competition in 2011, but this restaurant is not... Read More

Formel B

Formel B

In a town that led the craze for New Nordic Cuisine, this is one restaurant that is not afraid to acknowledge that its roots are in French gastronomy. Just one menu of six dishes is created every fortnight, with wines chosen to... Read More

Bryggens Spisehus

Bryggens Spisehus

This cultural centre beside the harbour swimming pool is a nice summertime choice, when harbour views and a barbecue buffet offer an enticing postscript to a bracing swim. Burgers and other more basic fare are available year-round, and... Read More

Brdr. Price

Brdr. Price

Who would have thought the writer of Borgen would also be a restaurateur? But Adam Price, who runs this fabulous glasshouse of an eatery in the Tivoli Gardens with his brother James, is as serious about food as drama. Colourful décor... Read More

Bodega

Bodega

Beloved café whose great granola, coffee, freshly squeezed juices and hearty brunch fare make it a breakfast favourite with locals. Worth a dinner visit on Fridays and Saturdays, when a DJ turns it into a late-night joint. Read More

BioMio

BioMio

So right on, even the wood is specially certified in this sustainable restaurant in the meatpacking district with an attractive vibe and colourful décor. You need to know the procedure if you're not going to go hungry. You order... Read More

Aamaans

Aamaans

Adam Aamann has revived and elevated the art of making smørrebrød, starting with organic rye bread as the base for his inventive Danish open sandwiches whose toppings change with the seasons. As there is take-out too, this is a good... Read More


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