Christmas Party (a.k.a. Christmas Lunch) 2018
The months of November and December are some of the most festive times of the year at Restaurant Kronborg.
We serve a home-made, traditional Danish Christmas Lunch (“julefrokost”) – “family style” at the table.
We serve Christmas Lunch on Frdiay 2 and Saturday 3 November 2018 as well as from Thursday 8 November to Sunday 23 December and Thursday 27 to Sunday 30 December 2018.
Our opening hours are: Monday to Saturday 11-23 and Sunday 11-17 (on 23 December and after Christmas, however, 11-17).
We invite you to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in enjoying a classic Danish Christmas Lunch in the above period.
In 2018 we spoil our guests with:
Herring & Fish
Curried herring with eggs, onions and capers
Christmas herring with onions and capers
Kronborg’s pan-fried herrings in its own pickle
Pan-fried fillet of plaice with “remoulade”
Kronborg’s rimmed salmon with apple-celeriac-crème
Smoked salmon with scrambled eggs
Braised duck with pickled red cabbage
Pan-fried pork with apples
Liver paté with bacon, mushrooms and pickled cucumber
Pork roast with pickled red cabbage and cucumber
Christmas sausage with mustard and pickled beetroots
Two kinds of cheese
with preserved fruits
Traditional rice pudding
with almonds and cherry sauce
DKK 399 per person from Monday to Wednesday
DKK 419 per person Thursday & Sunday
DKK 429 per person Friday & Saturday
(must be pre-booked by a minimum of two persons)
Add-on: smoked eel with scrambled eggs DKK 85 per person
(must be pre-ordered for the entire party)
We offer a wide selection in well-brewed beers and aromatic aquavits to accompany the Christmas Lunch.
Throughout the years our Christmas Lunch menu has been enjoyed (and recommended) by the Copenhagen Expert Laura from TheCopenhagenTales, the passionate foodie, Mette Juulsgaard, the selfproclaimed bon vivant, Martin Villumsen, and the Copenhagen conaisseur, Camilla Stemann Jensen.
We also invite you to read, what Food Journalist Mikkel Bækgaard and Food Stylist/bon vivant Thomas Alcayaga wrote about our Christmas lunch, as well as why the Copenhagen Guide, AOK, recommends us in their guide “The 6 good places to eat Christmas lunch” .
(you will need Google translate, though, as all the posts are in Danish… ).
Please note that on the below dates we exclusively serve “smørrebrød” (open sandwiches) from the menu from 11.00 to 14.00 and the Christmas Lunch menu (i.e., no “smørrebrød”) from 14.15 to 18.00 and 18.30 to closing time (around 23.00).
Friday 16 November
Saturday 17 November
Thursday 22 November
Friday 23 November
Saturday 24 November
Sunday 25 November (closed at in the evening)
Thursday 29 November
Friday 30 November
Saturday 1 December
Sunday 2 December (closed in the evening)
Tuesday 4 December
Wednesday 5 December
Thursday 6 December
Friday 7 December
Sunday 9 December (closed in the evening)
Tuesday 11 December
Wednesday 12 December
Thursday 13 December
Friday 14 December
Saturday 15 December
Sunday 16 December (closed in the evening)
Monday 17 December
Tuesday 18 December
Wednesday 19 December
Thursday 20 December
Friday 21 December
Saturday 22 December
Sunday 23 December (closed in the evening)
On the below dates we serve as follows
From 11.00 to 14.00 “smørrebrød” from the menu
From 14.15-18.00 we serve “smørrebrød” from the menu as well as the Christmas Lunch menu
From 18.30 to closing time (approximately 23.00) we exclusively serve the Christmas Lunch menu
Thursday 15 November
Tuesday 27 November
Wednesday 28 November
Monday 3 December
Monday 10 December
We invite you to send us an e-mail at email@example.com if you are interested in enjoying a classic Danish Christmas Lunch in the above period.
Please note that we are only able to make one collective bill per party in the Christmas season.
If a party is more than ten minutes late for their booking, and we have not been informed about the delay, we take the liberty of offering the table to another party.
Please note that we advise against bringing children (under the age of 14) for the Christmas Parties as the meal is quite lenghty and the ambience can become quite loud and festive, which – in our experience – often make children feel uncomfortable causing negative reactions.
We reserve the right to changes in the above.