Martinmas Eve Roast Duck traditional restaurant Kronborg Copenhagen

Restaurant Kronborg celebrates Martinmas Eve with old-fashioned roast duck and apple dessert, as your granny would have made it (had she been Danish…).

Martinmas Eve is the evening before St Martin’s Day. Danes traditionally eat roast duck or goose on this evening. According to the legend Saint Martin was revealed by some geese when he modestly hid to avoid becoming a bishop. He therefore decided that every year on this night, 10 November, the geese must be eaten.

At Restaurant Kronborg we celebrate Martinmas Eve with old school roast duck on Sunday 10 November 2019 at 5-11 pm.

Enjoy old-fashioned roast duck at Restaurant Kronborg
Leading up to Martinmas Eve the menu at Restaurant Kronborg consists of:

Salmon tartare
Or
Vol-au-vent with hen and asparagus

Old-fashioned roast duck with brown & white potatoes, pickled red cabbage, Waldorf salad and cream sauce

Classic Danish apple dessert
Or
Chocolate mousse

3-course menu DKK 349

Enjoy your roast duck with a glass of flavourful King’s County Brown from local artisan brewery, Nørrebro Bryghus, or a glass of elegant, classic Crozes-Hermitage 2016 on 100 % Syrah grapes from Northern Rhône.

Please book in advance at Restaurant Kronborg.

Please note that we have two seatings on this evening
For the 1st seating you arrive between 5.00 and 6.00 pm and have table till 8.00 pm.
For the 2nd seating you arrive at 20.15 or later and have the table till the kitchen closes (approximately at 11.00 pm).

We reserve the right to changes in the above.