We welcomed Chaîne de Rôtisseurs Denmark for a traditional Danish Sunday lunch, served family style with 13 dishes, on Sunday 5 May 2016.
“Restaurant Kronborg, a classic Copenhagen lunch restaurant, recently has sharpened its gastronomic profile while keeping the experience of one of the city’s ‘old school’ places. “Smørrebrød” (English: open sandwich) is served in the honoured Danish culinary tradition. Some claim it is the only truly Danish contribution to world gastronomy,” writes Jørgen Krenk, Bailli Délégué at Chaîne de Rôtisseurs Denmark.
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“The smørrebrød is the classic repertoire and so generously presented (without being overdecorated) that two dishes will satisfy anybody who is not ravished like a wolf,” writes foodie magazine Gastro about Restaurant Kronborg in their February edition.
“A classic Copenhagen restaurant, which in recent years has sharpened the gastronomic profile considerably, without guests loosing the feeling of visiting one of the city’s old school places,” writes foodie magazine Gastro about Restaurant Kronborg in their February edition.
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“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 →
“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”.
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“We were served some amazing food in small portions (“snitter”),” writes Laura from TheCopenhagenTales about the launch party for the new guide to Danish cuisine, Eat Smart in Denmark.
“The book launch was celebrated in Copenhagen staple Restaurant Kronborg located in the old town center with a very cozy, typical Danish atmosphere, and we were served some amazing food in small portions (“snitter”) and local beer from Nørrebro Bryghus,” writes Laura from the smart and informative blog, The Copenhagen Tales.
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Travel Journalist, Carey Jones, from leading American foodie glossie, Food & Wine Magazine, recommends smørrebrød (open sandwiches), like roast beef (pictured) and smoked eel, for smørrebrød novices.
“It’s well-known that the Danes have a knack for design, so perhaps it’s little surprise that their smorrebrod, the open-face sandwich that we’ll go ahead and call their national lunch, is so artfully presented,” writes Travel Journalist, Carey Jones, in the leading American foodie glossy, Food & Wine Magazine.
Carey Jones visited Restaurant Kronborg during a recent gastronomic visit to our fair capital, and describes our traditional Danish restaurant as follows: Continue reading →
Anne B and Sophie B recommend the traditional Danish lunch at Restaurant Kronborg in Copenhagen as “the best possible introduction to Danish gastronomy” on their popular travel blog, AnneetSophieVoyagent.
“We had just arrived to Copenhagen when tried the excellent traditional restaurant in the centre of the city,” writes Anne & Sophie from the popular French travel blog, AnneetSophieVoyagent.
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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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“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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