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“We are delighted to inform you that Restaurant Kronborg is among the winners of our “2018 Experts’ Choice Award”,” writes Chris Blume from TripExpert.
“With accolades from reviewers like Continue reading →
“I always point out that at Kronborg they quite simply serve the best fillet of plaice with remoulade (traditional Danish relish). Pan-fried in butter.” writes the popular food blogger and cookbook writer, Thomas Alcayaga, under the headline “My 10 favourite restaurants in Copenhagen”.
“I’m a sucker for ‘smørrebrød’ (open rye) and aquavit. And preferably classic and well-prepared. Further to the fact that everything is home-made, Kronborg can boast of amazing service which is one of the reasons that I/we keep coming back again and again,” writes the popular food blogger and cookbook writer, Thomas Alcayaga, under the headline “My 10 favourite restaurants in Copenhagen”. Continue reading →
Ole Troelsø is acknowledged as Denmark’s premier smørrebrød aficionado, and we are proud and honoured to be one of the select smørrebrød restaurants he recommends in his article “The Restaurant Reviewer’s Best Tips to Smørrebrød” in Danish business daily, Børsen.
“…in the traditional category I will recommend Restaurant Kronborg, which in recent years has earned its place among the best and demonstrates a charming personality, balancing between old school and modern,” writes Ole Troelsø, Gastronomy Editor at Danish business daily, Børsen, in the weekend edition on 8 December 2017.
Ole Troelsø says: Continue reading →
“Restaurant Kronborg serves potato ‘smørrebrød’ which make the angels sing,” says popular food blogger and urban farmer, Nada Louise Cay, to Danish daily, Ekstrabladet, in an article headlined COPENHAGEN AS A FOOD MECCA.
“When I am in the mood for a treat or am having lunch with friends, I find Restaurant Kronborg a super cosy place with good ingredients – and they serve the best potato sandwich in town,” says popular food blogger and urban farmer, Nada Louse Cay, to Danish daily, Ekstrabladet in an article headlined COPENHAGEN AS A FOOD MECCA. Continue reading →
The Danish tourism organization, VisitDenmark, has compiled a Top 10-list over the most ‘hygge’ things to do in Copenhagen. We are happy to report that lunch at Restaurant Kronborg made the list…
The ultra Danish concept ‘hygge” is taking most of the English-speaking world at the moment.
BUT it can be hard to explain the meaning of ‘hygge’ (pronounced a bit like ‘hooga’) to visitors. Roughly it translates to cosiness but that definition doesn’t quite cover it, writes VisitDenmark, the Danish tourism organisation.
Adding: “’Hygge’ is so much more and always involves creating a nice warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with people around you.”
To help visitors to the Danish capitol VisitDenmark has worked out a Top 10-list over the most ‘hygge’ things to do in Copenhagen. And lunch at Restaurant Kronborg made the list!
Read more about VisitDenmark’s ten suggestions for where to find ‘hygge’ in Copenhagen – and why they recommend lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
Or book a table at Restaurant Kronborg, savour our home-made smørrebrød and find out about that ‘hygge’ thing yourself…
“What I didn’t know is that Copenhagen has an entire genre of restaurant—generally decades-old, charmingly old-school taverns— dedicated wholly to the dish,” writes Carey Jones about “smørrebrød” and Copenhagen’s popular lunch restaurants.
“An atmospheric tavern that serves as a perfect introduction to the world of smørrebrød; there’s no faulting the smoked eel or roast beef, but herring deserves particular consideration, whether pickled herring, pan-fried herring, marinated herring, or curried herring,” writes Continue reading →
“Many restaurants offer special “julefrokost”, but few do it as well as Restaurant Kronborg. A local favourite, the cosy lunchtime restaurant specializes in Danish sandwiches (smørrebrød), but extends its opening hours and menu to offer the traditional Christmas dishes in November and December,” writes Laura on her savvy blog, TheCopenhagenTales.com.
“One thing I definitely recommend to do during advent in Denmark is to have a traditional Danish “julefrokost” – which translates to Continue reading →
“Eksilsønderjyden” from the best food blog in Denmark (they have it on paper), Gastromand.dk, recommends us as “One of the best places for smørrebrød in Copenhagen” and praises our Easter platter with “possibly the best fish fillet in town!”.
“Easter is so much the time to eat ‘smørrebrød’,” writes “Eksilsønderjyden” on the popular food blog, Gastromand. And the gastromen should know what they are talking about; they won the prize for best food blog in Denmark two years in a row…
“Eksilsønderjyden” continus by recommending us as “One of the best places for smørrebrød in Copenhagen” and praises our Easter platter with “possibly the best fish fillet in town!”.
Taste One of the Best Easter Lunches in Copenhagen
We blush, say our thanks, bow and recommend that you read the rest of Gastromand’s guide to the best Easter lunches in the kingdom at Gastromand.dk.
Or – if you should have worked up an appetite – book a table for a traditional Danish Easter Lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
Photo by Martin Kaufmann
“Beautifully cooked food, attentive service and genuine care,” writes Jonathan F in his review of the traditional Danish lunch at Restaurant Kronborg. He recommends our lunch and awards us five stars of five possible at Tripadvisor.
“We really cannot recommend it enough,” writes reviewer Jonathan F on the travel website, Tripadvisor, under the headline “Fantastic food exceptional service”.
Jonathan was at a loss to find Continue reading →
“There is no better place to taste smørrebrød, the delicious traditional sandwiches…” writes the popular Italian food magazine, La Cucina Italiana about Restaurant Kronborg (pictured is a traditional ‘piece’ of smørrebrød with roast beef).
“Restaurant Kronborg is famous in Italy,” an enthusiastic Italian guest told us the other day.
“Famous” is probably a bit of an exaggeration but the popular Continue reading →