“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. Continue reading →
”The details are top-notch at Kronborg whether it concerns frying a fillet of plaice or whipping up the best home-made mayonnaise,” explains the expert jury about the nomination for Berlingske and AOK’s award BEST LUNCH IN COPENHAGEN 21.
Every year Danish daily, Berlingske, and their culture section AOK celebrate people, buildings, breathing spaces, bars and restaurants which make Copenhagen special.
An expert jury has chosen 15 categories and in each category they have nominated five potential candidates for the title “Best in Copenhagen”.
We are proud and honoured to have been nominated for “Best Lunch in Copenhagen 2021”.
The jury explains their nomination by stating: ”When ’smørrebrød’ is at Continue reading →
We follow all the directions concerning hygiene and distancing set by the public authorities in order for our guests and staff to stay healthy and feel safe – and for guests to enjoy their meal with us.
Restaurant Kronborg has always been known for the home-made traditional Danish ‘smørrebrød’, well-poured draught beers and attentive waiters with a sparkle in their eye.
But maybe most of all for its relaxed, ‘hygge’ ambience. We cherish that and try to preserve it – even in these quite confusing times…
One of the remedies to preserve the ‘hygge’ ambience, and ensuring that guests and staff feel and are safe, is Continue reading →
We thank all the happy guests who have reviewed us positively on TripAdvisor, earning us the prestigious “Travellers’ Choice” award from TripAdvisor.
“Congratulations Restaurant Kronborg on being a Travellers’ Choice Winner,” wrote the nice people behind the reviewer site, TripAdvisor.
Adding: “Every year, we Continue reading →
On Friday 14 and Saturday 15 August 2020 two of Copenhagen’s best loved ‘smørrebrød’ (open-faced sandwich) restaurants, Selma and Kronborg, will match ‘smørrebrød’ classics, e.g., the iconic ‘Dyrlægens natmad’ (The Vet’s Midnight Snack – pictured). The event is presented by the Danish microbrewery Mikkeller, which will provide selected beers for the delicacies.
Selma Copenhagen and Restaurant Kronborg host an afternoon with ‘hygge’ and selected ‘smørrebrød’ (open-faced sandwich) classics accompanied by selected beers from Mikkeller on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 August 2020.
The two restaurants will match their versions of ‘smørrebrød’ with herring, eggs and shrimps as well as the iconic ‘Dyrlægens natmad’ (The Vet’s Midnight Snack).
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If you are in the mood for some serious ‘hygge’ – and the best pan-fried fillet of plaice in town – food blogger Thomas Alcayaga recommends you have lunch with us.
”The fish fillet at Kronborg for lunch – and then a stroll through the city hand in hand with someone you love,” says popular food blogger/writer/photographer Thomas Alcayaga, best known for his blog MadEtMere, when LoveCopenhagen asks him to tip their followers about his favourite Copenhagen experience. Continue reading →
”Lots of restaurants in Copenhagen serve really good ‘smørrebrød’,” writes Editor, Rasmus Kramer Schou, from the popular Copenhagen guide ‘MigOgKbh’ (MeAndCph). Learn about the best places, as Rasmus and his editorial team guide you to their favourite lunch restaurants under the headline, “Where to find the best ’smørrebrød’ in Copenhagen”.
“Rye bread with toppings has, to everybody’s delight, had an amazing revival and is more modern than ever, “ writes Editor, Rasmus Kramer Schou, from the popular Copenhagen guide ‘MigOgKbh’ (MeAndCph).
He adds, Continue reading →
We are proud and honoured to have been invited to participate with one of our signature dishes at “The Best Smørrebrød in Copenhagen” at Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival 2019 (photo from last year’s event).
On Saturday 31 August 219 the popular Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival (CCFF) focuses on UN World Goal no. 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities.
This calls for a celebration of the festival’s home city, Copenhagen, and possibly the city’s most important contribution to world cuisine: Continue reading →
”The details are top-notch at Kronborg whether it concerns frying a fillet of plaice or whipping up the best home-made mayonnaise,” explains the expert jury about Berlingske and AOK’s nomination for BEST LUNCH IN COPENHAGEN 19.
Every year Danish daily Berlingske and their culture section AOK celebrate people, buildings, breathing spaces, bars and restaurants which make Copenhagen special.
An expert jury has chosen 20 categories and in each category they have nominated five potential “Best in Copenhagen”-winners.
We are proud and honoured to have been nominated for “Best Lunch in Copenhagen 2019”.
The jury explains their nomination by stating: Continue reading →
”Razor sharp execution of ’smørrebrød’… in a cosy ambience, with efficient service and reasonable prices,” ensured us five stars from Søren Frank, Restaurant Reviewer at Danish daily, Berlingske.
The review was published on Thursday 7 February 2019.
“There is no fiddling about at Kronborg, just razor sharp execution of classic ‘smørrebrød’ (aka open-faced sandwiches),” writes Søren Frank, one of the most respected restaurant reviewers in Denmark, in the Danish daily Berlingske Tidende on Thursday 7 February 2019. Download the article as a pdf
Søren Frank concludes: Continue reading →