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  • Geranium, Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, 8th floor, DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark.
  • 56° - Focus on the traditional Nordic cuisine, spiced with modern and creative culinary arts. Krudtløbsvej 8.
  • 108 * * A restaurant from noma & Kristian Baumann. Strandgade 108.
  • À Terre * Tordenskjoldsgade 11
  • AAMANNS - Øster Farimagsgade 10-12 & Niels Hemmingsens Gade 19-21. "Old Classics with a new twist."
  • alchemist ** * "Holistic Cuisine." Head chef: Rasmus Munk. The Alchemist experience consists of up to 50 culinary impressions accompanied by a beverage pairing of your choice. Total experience: 2500 DKK. Refshalevej 173C.
  • Almanak - part of The Standard at Havnegade 44. "The food that our grandparents would have cooked, if they had known what we know today."
  • Alouette * * Sturlasgade 14P, 1.
  • AMASS * Chef: Matthew Orlando (formerly: sous chef at Noma). Refshalevej 153.
  • Anarki Bib Vodroffsvej 47, 1900 Frederiksberg C.
  • A | O | C ** (Head chef: Søren Selin, sommelier: Christian Aarø). Dronningens Tværgade 2.
  • Ark * "Plant Based Fine Dining." Ark is a 100% full time, full hearted plant based concept with a menu that focuses on local, contemporary food, drink and cocktails. Nørre Farimagsgade 63.
  • Barabba Bib "We do it late!" Store Kongensgade 34.
  • BISTRO BOHEME - Esplanaden 8. Chef: Per Thøstesen.
  • BISTRO PASTIS - Gothersgade 52. "Located in the heart of Copenhagen, is a true French Bistro serving excellent food and wine, as we know it from Paris. Steak frites, Moules, Tartare, Rabbit and Oysters are amongst some of the countless French classics that embellishes the menu. Pastis is the place where guests can come to have lunch on Mondays, nevertheless it is also the place to drift away in a bobble of champagne Friday evening."
  • Bowl Market - Gasværksvej 3. "Delicious Food - Mostly Vegan and Vegetarian - Porridge - Acai Bowls - Risotto - Soups, Speciality Coffee from Coffee Collective, Great Service, Beautiful Danish Design."
  • Brace * "Modern Italian cuisine embracing the Nordic nature since 2016." With our roots planted in the Italian cuisine, we have created our menu using the best seasonal, local, organic and wild ingredients that we could find. Our amazing ingredients come mainly from small Nordic suppliers that share our values. Teglgårdstræde 8A.
  • BRDR. PRICE RESTAURANTS - Rosenborggade 15-17 & Vesterbrogade 3 (Tivoli Gardens).
  • BÆST - Guldbergsgade 29 B. "Organic meats and quality pizza."
  • CAFÉ VICTOR - founded 1981. Ny Østergade 8. Danish version of a bustling French bistro, and Copenhagen's leading trendy café-restaurant.
  • Cantina - Borgergade 2. Trendy restaurant serving Italian cuisine.
  • Clou * (Head chef: Jonathan K. Berntsen). "We have spent many years creating food and wine in total balance. We can through the notes of the wine create the course, only limited by the availability of raw materials allowed by the season." Øster Farimagsgade 8 st.
  • DEN RØDE COTTAGE Strandvejen 550, 2930 Klampenborg. "Surrounded by Dyrehaven, on the edge of Øresund, our small but dedicated team is gathered around the restaurant."
  • Diamond Rice - Bredgade 29. Chinese cuisine.
  • ENOMANIA Bib (Chef: Damiano Alberti). Vesterbrogade 187.
  • ERA ORA (Head chef: Andrea Guglielmi). Overgaden Neden Vandet 33B.
  • EVITA PERÓN - specialty: Argentinian beef.
  • Fabio - Falkoner Allé 56, 2000 Frederiksberg. Chef: Fabio Avenoso. "The most romantic restaurant in Denmark." Italian cuisine.
  • FAMO (Chefs: Fabbio Mazzon & Morten Kaltoft). "We import vegetables, prosciutto ham, cheeses etc. directly from Italy several times a month."
  • FIAT - Kongens Nytorv 18. Restaurant & trattoria. "FIAT is an acronym of Fondazione Italiana Alimentari Total."
  • Fleisch - Slagterboderne 7. "Fleisch is a proud butcher shop - but it is also an eatery, where quality meats reign on the menu. And a bar where you can drink bacon-infused cocktails overlooking butchers in action with knives and cleavers."
  • FORMEL B * (Chefs: Kristian Møller & Rune Jochumsen). Vesterbrogade 182.
  • FREDERIKS HAVE Bib (Chef: Jimmy Månsson). Virginiavej 1, Frederiksberg.
  • GEIST (Chef: Michelin-starred chef Bo Bech). Kongens Nytorv 8. "Food made with pure ingredients and pure enthusiasm. Served with joy alongside good pours. In surroundings that inspire gleeful seduction and free thought."
  • GERANIUM *** SP (Chef: Rasmus Kofoed - winner of Bocuse d'Or 2011 World Chef Championship). "Geranium’s kitchen is lucid, light and dynamic. Our mission is to create meals that involve all our senses - restores, challenges and enriches." The restaurant is situated on the 8th floor in Fælledparken (Common Gardens) in the center of Copenhagen, from where one can follow the seasons' journey through the tree crowns, catch glimpses of the city's green copper roofs and just see the windmills of Øresund. Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, 8th floor.
  • Gorilla - Flæsketorvet 63. Mediterranean cuisine.
  • Greasy Spoon Diner - Studiestræde 14.
  • GRØFTEN - "Grøften is one of Tivoli's oldest and most traditional restaurants, with a history that goes back to 1874."
  • Hija de SÁnchez - Torvehallerne, Frederiksborggade 21. Taquería. Ex-Noma Chef Opens Taco Stand in Copenhagen - The Wall Street Journal.
  • ILLUM ROOFTOP - "Enjoy the view of the rooftops of Copenhagen while taking a break from the shopping. Here, among other things, you can enjoy steak, lobster or fresh pasta with truffles, with tasteful wines and seductive bubbles." Østergade 52.
  • JordnÆr ** (Chef: Eric Vildgaard). Gentoftegade 29, 2820 Gentofte.
  • KADEAU ** (Chef de cuisine: Nicolai Nørregaard). Wildersgade 10.
  • Kiin Kiin * (Chef de cuisine: Dak Laddaporn. Executive chefs & owners: Henrik Yde Andersen and Lertchai Treetawatchaiwong) - world's only Michelin-starred Thai restaurant. Guldbergsgade 21.
  • KOKKERIET * "Danish flavor in our kitchen." (Executive chef: Lasse Askov). Kronprinsessegade 64.
  • KONG HANS KÆlder ** Vingaardsstræde 6. The restaurant is located in the oldest building in Copenhagen. Since the birth of Restaurant Kong Hans Kælder in 1976 the restaurant has aimed to be among the finest and best in Denmark.
  • Krog’s Fish Restaurant - Gammel Strand 38. Founded in 1910. "At Krog’s the fish is our star." The oldest fish restaurant in Copenhagen.
  • KUL - cuisine: multi-national. Grilled & gourmet food all year round at reasonable prices.
  • KØDBYENS FISKEBAR Bib Danish seafood. Flæsketorvet 100.
  • LÊLÊ - since 2003. Trendy Vietnamese restaurant. Vesterbrogade 40.
  • Llama - Lille Kongensgade 14. South American cuisine. Here you can savour on countries like Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile and Mexico. Llama has a unique interior design and won gold at the International Design Award 2015 for "interior design" in the catergory "conceptual".
  • LUMSKEBUGTEN - Esplanaden 21. Since 1854. Chef: Erwin Lauterbach.
  • Lusso - Hovedvagtsgade 8.
  • Marchal * "Modern French Cuisine with a Nordic touch." At Hotel d'Angleterre. Kongens Nytorv 34.
  • MARV & BEN Bib "Nordic gastronomy made from the seasons ingredients from local small producers." (Chef: Frederik Hvidt). Snaregade 4.
  • MASH CITY - since 2009. "Modern American Steak House." Bredgade 20.
  • Mash Penthouse - since 2015. "Located on the 12th floor of Tivoli Hotel. Offers steaks of the highest quality as well as an extensive wine list." Arni Magnussons Gade 4.
  • MÊLÉE Bib (Chefs: Jens Vestergaard Jensen, Dan Rauhe Christensen and Helge Sidor). Martensens Allé 16, 1828 Frederiksberg.
  • MIELCKE & HURTIGKARL - at The Royal Danish Garden Society. Frederiksberg Runddel 1, Frederiksberg.
  • Mikkeller & Friends - Stefansgade 35.
  • MØLLER KAFFE & KØKKEN - Nørrebrogade 160. "Coffee Shop, Breakfast & Brunch Restaurant."
  • NAM NAM - Vesterbrogade 39. "Experience the authentic Peranakan kitchen and Singapore’s street kitchens."
  • NIMB Brasserie - French cuisine. At Tivoli Gardens, Bernstorffsgade 5. (Entrance to Nimb Brasserie does not require Tivoli admission ticket.)
  • Noma, Refshalevej 96, DK-1432 Copenhagen K, Denmark.
  • Noma *** * Refshalevej 96. Head chef: René Redzepi. The name is a portmanteau of the two Danish words "nordisk" (Nordic) and "mad" (food). Opened in 2003, the restaurant is known for its reinvention and interpretation of the Nordic Cuisine. In 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014, it was ranked as the Best Restaurant in the World by Restaurant magazine. Review: A Danish chef draws worldwide acclaim - The New York Times. Belongs to Eater.com's list of the 11 toughest restaurants to get a reservation in the world.
  • NOSE2TAIL - "Our team of organic warriors makes food with respect for the animal and the nature surrounding it. All our meat comes from danish, free range animals, and we buy our groceries as local and organic as possible." Sustainable restaurant located in a cozy basement in The Meatpacking District of Copenhagen: Flæsketorvet 13.
  • OCEAN CLUB - Sundkrogskaj 17.
  • ORANGERIET (Chef: Jasper Kure). Situated in the King's Garden. Kronprinsesse 13.
  • OTTO - Store Kongensgade 34. French cuisine.
  • PASTIS BISTRO - original French-style bistro kitchen.
  • Pluto Bib (Chef: Bjørn Rosendal Jacobsen). Borgergade 16.
  • Rebel (Chefs and owners: Lars Petersen and Martin Hylleborg). Store Kongensgade 52.
  • RELæ * SP (Chef: Christian F. Puglisi). Review: Bruce Palling’s Top 10 Young Chefs in Europe - Wall Street Journal Europe. Jægersborggade 41.
  • Restaurant Els - since 1853. "Restaurant Els has now for many years stood out strongly as a dining place in the upper end of the quality scale. This quality, combined with the restaurant’s very special charm and moderate price level, has transformed Els into a well known and appreciated restaurant." Store Strandstræde 3.
  • RESTAURANT KANALEN (Chef: Andreas Møller). Wilders Plads 2.
  • RESTAURANT L'ALSACE - Ny Østergade 9. French and Austrian cuisine.
  • Restaurant MA - Gammel Mønt 41. Classic gourmet restaurant.
  • Restaurant Naert - Pilestræde 63. Norwegian cuisine.
  • RESTAURANT PalÆgade - Palægade 8. Classic Danish cooking.
  • RESTAURANT SKOVSHOVED HOTEL - since 1660. Strandvejen 267. At Charlottenlund at "one of the world's hippest small hotels."
  • Restaurant TÅrnet - at Christiansborg Palace at a height of 106 metres with a magical view of Copenhagen as a bonus. The entrance to the tower is at the King’s Gate, a large gate in the centre of the palace. The King’s Gate can be reached from the Palace Square and from the Inner Courtyard (via the Marble Bridge and the Riding Ground). There is a lift from the entrance to the top of the tower. The stairs cannot be used.
  • RESTAURANT VITA - "100% traditional Danish recipes." Store Kongensgade 25.
  • Restaurant ZELESTE - Store Strandstræde 6. "Zeleste's specialty is fish and shellfish such as succulent lobsters and fish from the Nordic seas. Zeleste serves the finest beef and during the hunting season also wild duck, wild boar and deer from the vast Swedish forests."
  • RESTAURATIONEN - Møntergade 19. "We have both been working professionally in the restaurant business for more than 35 years and today we are the leading figures in the 'Modern Danish' kitchen."
  • RETOUR STEAK (Chef: Rasmus Oubæk). Serves Copenhagen's best steak frittes. Ny Østergade 21.
  • Rio Bravo - Vester Voldgade 86. American restaurant, steakhouse. Open Monday-Saturday: 11:30 - 05:00, Sunday: 17:00 - 05:00.
  • Sankt Peder - since 1972. Sankt Pedersvej 2, 2900 Hellerup.
  • Selma Bib Rømersgade 20.
  • Spiseri - Griffenfeldsgade 28. Reasonably priced Italian cuisine. Worldclass antipasto.
  • Studio at The Standard Chef Torsten Vildgaard: "At noma, from 2005-2012, I was deeply involved in the development of new dishes, and at Studio I will carry on this tradition, collaborating with our close suppliers to develop dishes that represent our nature and that no-one has tasted before – and hopefully many will want to taste again." Table 44 is the largest in the restaurant with space for up to eight guests. The table has a minimum price of DKK 20.000 for an evening, all-inclusive. Torsten will be serving a special menu and Jacob and his team will take you on an extraordinary wine tour. Havnegade 44.
  • SØLYST - since 1760. Emiliekildevej 2. At Klampenborg at Royal Copenhagen Shooting Society. Chef de cuisine: Sylvester Andersen.
  • SØREN K (Head chef: Jens Søndergaard). On the ground floor of the Royal Library's Black Diamond Wing. Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1.
  • Taller - Venezuelan cuisine. Tordenskjoldsgade 11.
  • The Market - Asian Kitchen & Bar. Antonigade 2. "When you visit The Market you will be presented to all our personal favorite dishes from various Asian cuisines."
  • The Standard - Havnegade 44. Jazz club, three restaurants named Studio, Verandah and Almanak, and two bars.
  • Toldbod Bodega - since 1930. Traditional Danish cuisine. Esplanaden 4.
  • uformel - "Uformel is formel B’s cool and edgy younger brother." Studiestræde 69.
  • UMAMI - "Japanese-french fusion restaurant." Sushi chef Pepi Anevski awarded Chef of the Year by the World Sushi Cup Japan 2013. NOW CLOSED.
  • Verandah - part of The Standard at Havnegade 44. Contemporary gastronomic Indian cuisine.
  • ZOO BAR - Sværtegade 6. Bar - restaurant - nightclub.
    Ebeltoft (Jutland)
  • Molskroen, Hovedgaden 16, Femmøller Strand, 8400 Ebeltoft.
  • Molskroen * Hovedgaden 16, Femmøller Strand.
    Falsled (Funen)
  • Falsled Kro, Assensvej 513, 5642 Millinge.
  • FALSLED KRO GTM R&C (Head chef: Per Hallundbæk). Assensvej 513, 5642 Millinge.
    Hellerup (Copenhagen)
  • The Samuel, Hellerupvej 40, 2900 Hellerup.
  • The Samuel * The Samuel is located in an old historical villa from 1891 north of Copenhagen in beautiful Hellerup, and is run by the chef and sommelier, Jonathan K. Berntsen and his devoted team. For Jonathan it’s all about the food and wine in symbiosis, precisely equally weighted. In fact, he often selects the wines before creating the dishes. Hellerupvej 40.
    Henne (Jutland)
  • Henne Kirkeby Kro, Strandvejen 234, 6854 Henne.
  • HENNE KIRKEBY KRO ** * (Chef: Paul Cunningham). Strandvejen 234.
    Holte (Copenhagen)
  • Søllerød Kro, Holte (north of Copenhagen), Søllerødvej 35, 2840 Holte.
  • SØLLERØD KRO * (Chef: Brian Mark Hansen). Founded in 1677. Søllerødvej 35.
    Præstø (Zealand)
  • Frederiksminde, Klosternakken 8, 4720 Præstø.
  • Frederiksminde * * (Chef: Jonas Mikkelsen). Klosternakken 8.
    Rønde (Djursland, Jutland)
  • Restaurant Moment, Ravnen 1, 8410 Rønde.
  • Restaurant Moment Bib * "In the midst of Mols Bjerge National Park lies the Friland eco-village, home to the vegetarian gourmet restaurant Moment since 2016."
    Sønderborg (Jutland)
  • Syttende, Nørre Havnegade 25, 6400 Sønderborg.
  • Syttende * Syttende resonates with the most exquisite produce we could find. Every single ingredient is carefully selected, no matter where in the world it comes from. We are not limited by any dogmas but solely focus on the crème de la crème of produce, admixed with masterly craftsmanship. Nørre Havnegade 25.
    Tórshavn (Faroe Islands)
  • Koks, Í Geilini 13, FO-175 Kirkjubøur, Faroe Islands.
  • Koks ** * Í Geilini 13, FO-175 Kirkjubøur, Faroe Islands.
    Vejle (Jutland)
  • Restaurant MeMu, Torvegade 9 D, 7100 Vejle.
  • Lyst * LYST taps into locally sourced ingredients at play with the ever-changing nature of the artwork Fjordenhus created by Olafur Eliasson. Havneøen 1.
  • Me | Mu * Torvegade 9D.
    Aakirkeby (Bornholm)
  • Kadeau, Baunevej 18, 3720 Aakirkeby, Bornholm.
  • kadeau * Baunevej 18.
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