”Yum-yum!”, writes GADE 1 in his review of the Danish lunch at Restaurant Kronborg and dishes out fem stars of five possible at Tripadvisor.com.
“Believe me: this is one of the best lunch restaurants in Copenhagen,” writes reviewer GADE 1 on Tripadvisor.com under the headline “Restaurant Kronborg…yum-yum!”.
GADE 1 rates his Danish lunch at Restaurant Kronborg at five stars out of five possible and elaborates: Continue reading →
‘Smørrebrød’ is a tasty option for private parties in the evening. Scraped raw beef on rye bread, pan-fried in butter, with crisp spinach leaves, raw egg yolks and Vesterhavsost are very popular, when we have private parties at Restaurant Kronborg.
More and more people discover the charm of homemade ’smørrebrød’ at night time and on Saturday 6 April we had a birthday party with five servings of ’smørrebrød’. The grand finale was classic apple trifle like your grandmother used to make it…
Five servings of delicious home-made ’smørrebrød’ The birthday child had composed a menu with all his favourites: Continue reading →
”The classic Restaurant Kronborg is situated in the middle of the medieval centre of Copenhagen with its cosy streets and alleys. The restaurant serves tasty, classic open-faced sandwiches in a lively atmosphere,” writes popular Copenhagen Guide, AOK.dk, recommending our Easter lunch.
The popular Copenhagen guide, AOK.dk, recommends Restaurant Kronborg in its guide: The 5 places to eat Easter lunch.
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”Truly an outstanding lunch” writes Emilie Bjørnsen, who had invited seven selected elite bloggers from Yelp.dk for a Danish lunch with open-faced sandwiches with a twist, artisan beers from Nørrebro Bryghus and Sherry Aquavit at Restaurant Kronborg. Photo by Chris Tonnesen
”We were spoiled big time,” says Emilie Bjørnsen, web community manager at Yelp.dk.
Emilie had invited seven select elite bloggers from Yelp.dk for a Continue reading →
Danish food magazine, COPENHAGEN FOOD, keeps you updated on food, restaurants, travel and other enjoyable things. Browse our copy next time you enjoy your lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
“Yes, you are allowed to play with your food,” says foodie magazine, COPENHAGEN FOOD, in their spring issue.
Read the spring issue of the popular foodie magazine to watch food artist, Ida Skivenes, play with the food for her Easter lunch, learn more about the playful stand up-comedian Casper Christensen’s new restaurant, Congo, and to find out how Denmark’s most feared food reviewer, Søren Frank, sleeps like a baby at night… and much, much more.
We celebrate Easter with a classic Danish lunch platter with herring, salmon, fillet of place, lamb, roast pork and cheese – preferably with a foaming draft beer from Nørrebro Bryghus and an aromatic Easter aquavit from Kronborg.
We celebrate Easter with a lunch platter inspired by the delicacies of the season – and a couple of our guests’ favourite dishes.
Our head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, experimented with beef fillet, Dijon mustard, cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking – and the regulars had a new favourite. You will find his recipe at culinary website, Spiseliv.dk – or at the bottom of this page.
”Restaurant Kronborg twisted the traditional Danish open-faced sandwiches for the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking 2013 – Winter Edition. Chef Jimmi Bengtsson experimented with beef fillet, Dijon mustard, cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish – and the regulars had a new favourite,” writes culinary website, Spiseliv.dk
You will find Jimmi’s recipe for lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème, baked cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish at Spiseliv.dk (in Danish) or below (in English).
More lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème You can be as lucky as to find the lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème, baked cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish for lunch on the blackboard at Restaurant Kronborg.
Beer Ambassador, Kasper Larsen, from artisan brewery Nørrebro Bryghusrecommends that you enjoy a Bombay Pale Ale with the lightly grilled fillet of beef.
Recipe for lightly grilled fillet of beef with Dijon crème, baked cherry tomatoes and fresh horseradish Continue reading →