POPOVERS AND PASSPORTS: “BEST ‘SMØRREBRØD’ IN COPENHAGEN”

Best smørrebrød restaurant Copenhagen guide Kronborg

“If you’re looking for the most traditional Danish smørrebrød experience, look no further than Restaurant Kronborg,” writes travel and food blogger, Linnea, on her popular blog, Popovers and Passports.

“I’ve spent the past year searching for the best ‘smørrebrød’ in Copenhagen,” writes travel and food blogger, Linnea, on her popular blog, Popovers and Passports.

Linnea specialises in providing the best tips for exploring a city in a “popover” period of time and happily shares her best tips on how to make the most of your time in a new city and create unforgettable memories with her readers.
For this purpose she has researched the ‘smørrebrød’ scene in Copenhagen thoroughly and provides her readers with a guide on how to enjoy ‘smørrebrød’ the most as well as listing the best ‘smørrebrød’ places in Copenhagen.

The Perfect Introduction to ‘Smørrebrød’

Linnea truly knows her way around ‘smørrebrød’ and has compiled a very useful guide for newcomers to this culinary specialty, often referred to as Denmark’s only unique contribution to world gastronomy.
She initiates her readers in the secrets of ‘smørrebrød’
- what ‘smørrebrød’ is
- how ‘smørrebrød’ was invented
- the pros and cons of modern versus traditional ‘smørrebrød’
and – which may even prove useful to some locals –
- the etiquette of how to best enjoy ‘smørrebrød’.

The Best ‘Smørrebrød’ Restaurants – Modern and Traditional

“If you’re looking for the most traditional Danish ‘smørrebrød’ experience, look no further than Restaurant Kronborg,” writes Linnea.

She emphasizes the ‘hygge’ ambience and some of our annual and culinary highlights, like the Christmas and Easter lunches, and our signature curried herring.

Linnea also high-lights some of our most talented colleagues, like Restaurant Schønnemann (traditional), Selma (modern) and Aamanns (modern).

We invite you to peruse Linnea’s full guide to the best ‘smørrebrød’ in Copenhagen.