”Classic Danish ’hygge’ with a sense for details,” says Martin Kongstad in his review of Restaurant Kronborg’s Christmas lunch in the programme ”Bearnaise is the king of the animals” (previously on Radio 24/7, now on Podimo and HeartBeats). He highlights, among other delicacies, our “Christmas herrings”, which he claims have had “one more notch on the ‘hygge’ button” and the pan-fried fillets of plaice with home-made relish.
“Restaurant Kronborg serves traditional Danish food with the same pride and simplicity as the best Parisian bistros and the foremost Roman trattorias,” says Martin Kongstad in his review of his “Christmas lunch” with us.
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“Here it’s all about “hygge” and home-made food made from great ingredients and there’s plenty of it,” write the foodies behind the culinary online universe, Copenhagen Food about Restaurant Kronborg. They have put together a guide, featuring the best places in Copenhagen to have your “julefrokost”.
”Are you looking for a restaurant where you and your friends can enjoy “julefrokost” in Copenhagen? There are plenty of great places, traditional as well as modern. A safe bet for the truly classic Christmas lunch for you and your party is Restaurant Kronborg in Brolæggerstræde. Here it’s all about “hygge” and home-made food made from great ingredients and there’s plenty of it,” write the foodies behind 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 →
“Here they served honest food with true friendliness” writes acknowledged foodie, Mette Juulsgaard, on her blog, BecauseItMatters.
”Drop any kind of guilt and shame – enjoy the Christmas food and socializing with your loved ones! It is not Continue reading →
“When this post is finally published it is probably too late to book a table for a Christmas lunch at Restaurant Kronborg this year. But then you must remember to book for next year,” recommends food stylist – and soon-to-be cookbook author – Thomas Alcayaga on his blog, MadEtMere.
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”The fillets were skinned by hand and really tasty. They had been turned in rye flour and fried in (plenty of) butter, so there was no crisp coating to overwhelm the extremely tasty fillets of plaice,” enthuses Martin Villumsen from the blog RigeligtSmør about his favourite dish from the Christmas lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
“It was my first visit to Restaurant Kronborg and I dare say it was good!” writes the selfproclaimed bon vivant, Martin Villumsen, on his blog, RigeligtSmør (Plenty of Butter).
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“Restaurant Kronborg’s traditional Christmas lunches are served “family style” at the table. The cured salmon is always on the Christmas menu, especially when served with the aquavit (the carafe and the small glass),” writes USA Today in their guide to the best holiday food from the world’s hottest food destinations.
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“When you visit Restaurant Kronborg, you shouldn’t do it for the food. Because the food, yes it is good, but the service… it is exceptional,” writes Heidi from the popular foodie-blog, FoodMAD, about her Christmas lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
“I can only say that I enjoyed every minute of the evening, and I almost had to roll out of there, despite the fact that I had limited my portions. When you visit Restaurant Kronborg, you shouldn’t do it for the food. Because the food, yes it is good, but the service… it is exceptional,” writes Heidi from the popular foodie-blog, FoodMAD, about her Christmas lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
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“We’d love to come back and will recommend this restaurant to all our contacts,” writes reviewer Thomas C in the review of his traditional Danish Christmas lunch at Restaurant Kronborg, and awards us five stars out of five possible on Tripadvisor (pictured: cured salmon).
“The food, which was traditional Danish, was of superb quality, and there was plenty of it. Super nice and friendly service, with constant attention to our needs from the wait staff,” writes reviewer Thomas C on Tripadvisor under the headline, Continue reading →
“As you can probably see I had an amazing evening. If you want to try Kronborg’s Christmas lunch you can read more (and less fuelled by aquavit) on their own website. You get the whole deal for DKK 379 – of course without drinks – which I find is great value,” writes food blogger and bon vivant Thomas Alcayaga about our Christmas lunch 2013.
”My eyes were teary – partly from a full stomach and partly from happiness. Then the roast pork arrived. Beautiful crisp crackling and juicy meat. Could one ask for more? Well, possibly another aquavit,” writes food blogger Thomas Alcayaga about our Christmas lunch on his popular food blog, Madetmere.
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