We use the Danish specialty, ’rygeost’, for, among other dishes, smoked salmon but in summer time our favourite is a classic Danish ’summer salad’. The soft cheese with its distinctly smoky flavour is one of the few unique Danish contributions to world gastronomy.
‘Rygeost’ (soft smoked cheese) is one of the few unique Danish contributions to world gastronomy. We use the smoky cheese for, among other dishes, a smoky crème for smoked salmon, but in summer time our true favourite is a classic Danish ‘Summer Salad’ (which incidentally has got nothing to do with a salad but is more like a spread – please see the recipe below).
Recipes for ’Summer Salad’ & Potato ’Smørrebrød’ with ‘Summer Salad’, Smoked Mackerel and Radishes Continue reading →
Acknowledged Danish Food Writer Katrine Klinken interviews our Head Chef Jimmi Bengtsson about the new crop of Danish potatoes and our various open-faced potato sandwiches. We invite you to see the interview on Katrines Youtube channel Klinken’s Kitchen.
“Open-faced sandwiches with potatoes (in Danish: kartoffelmad) is a Danish ‘smørrebrød’ classic which is especially tasty in June and July when the Danish potatoes grown in the open field are in season,” says food writer Katrine Klinken.
Listen, learn – and work up an appetite – when Katrine Klinken interviews 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 →
Aaron Hicklin, Editor at leading American LGBT lifestyle glossie, OUT, was in Copenhagen and visited, among others, Restaurant Kronborg. Here he had a hearty lunch with ’smørrebrød’, beer from local artisan brewery, Nørrebro Bryghus and Nordguld aquavit from Aalborg Akvavit.
“The menu is strictly traditional. The famous Danish open sandwiches,” writes Aaron Hicklin, Editor at the leading American LGBT magazine, OUT. He recommends Continue reading →
The juicy new Danish potatoes are complimented by oven-baked ham and crème of smoked cheese when our Head Chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, re-interpret the Danes’ summer favourite: the open potato sandwich. We invite you to find the recipe below.
Every spring we experiment with new tasty versions of the classic Danish favourite: the open potato sandwich.
Here we oven-bake the smoked ham to give a great crunchy, slightly salty, contrast to the juicy new Danish potatoes and the creamy smoked cheese.
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Our Head Chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, twisted the Danes’ beloved open-faced potato sandwich – and our regulars had a new favourite. Please find Jimmi’s recipe below.
We strive to renew the classic summer favourite of the Danes, the open potato sandwich,. Of course we still try to take the many demands to the open sandwiches into account: they should combine Continue reading →
We make our version of the popular ‘aquavit sandwich’ with old-fashioned marinated herrings and chive crème – of course it tastes even better with new Danish potatoes. Find the recipe at the foodie website below (in English) or on foodie website, Gastro.dk (in Danish).
The ‘aquavit sandwich’ did not get its name because it is made with aquavit but because it tastes great with it…
Our ‘aquavit sandwich’ is made with old-fashioned marinated herring and a tangy chive crème – and of course our ‘aquavit sandwich’ tastes even better with Continue reading →
The season’s first harvest of crisp, new potatoes is accompanied by smoked salmon and home-made herb crème when our Head Chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, re-interprets the Danes’ summer favourite: the open potato sandwich. Find Jimmi’s recipe below (in English) or at the foodie website Gastro.dk (in Danish).
We celebrate the season’s first harvest of crisp, new potatoes by lining up some innovative, tasty versions of the national summer favourite.
As always to we aim to take the many demands to the open sandwiches into account: they should combine soft and crisp as well as sour, salty, bitter, sweet and preferably a touch of the much-feted umami…
One of our personal favourites is Continue reading →
Aaron Hicklin, Editor at the leading American LGBT magazine, OUT, swung by Copenhagen this summer, and between visits to Tivoli and Louisiana he found time to have lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.
Aaron Hicklin enjoyed ’smørrebrød’ as diverse as cured herring, potatoes and smoked salmon and also tasted Ravnsborg Rød from local artisan brewery, Nørrebro Bryghus, and Nordguld Aquavit from tradition steeped distillery, Aalborg Akvavit.
Read more about Aaron Hicklin’s visit and his recommendations for Copenhagen.
Or book a table at Restaurant Kronborg and savour our home-made smørrebrød.