“Think of Copenhagen restaurants and most people instantly think of Noma,” writes Copenhagen Expert Suzanne King in Telegraph Travel under the headline “Best Copenhagen Restaurants”.
However Suzanne recognizes how difficult it is to bag a table at this world-famous venue and happily recommends a line-up of other restaurants in our culinary metropolis, from New Nordic restaurants with 6-course tasting menus that put locally grown vegetables centre stage to more classic venues… like Restaurant Kronborg.
“Well-respected, traditional, lunchtime-only restaurant… “
“Smørrebrød is a Danish classic and everyone you ask will have their own view on where to find the best version of these artfully constructed open sandwiches. You can’t go far wrong, though, if you opt for this well-respected, traditional, lunchtime-only place tucked away on a side street off Strøget,” writes Suzanne King.
She adds: “Expect a few dozen topping options to choose from, including multiple takes on herring. If in doubt, make sure at least one of the dishes you order is the pan-fried fillet of plaice for perfectly cooked fish served with remoulade and lemon.”
Read the full article at Telegraph.co.uk
We blush, bow and send our sincerest thanks for being including alongside other classics, like La Glace, and New Nordic trailblazers, like Noma, Geranium and Amass – and encourage you to read the entire article at Telegraph.co.uk.
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