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Christianshavn
13 reviews
Noma is a Holy Grail for gastronomes across the globe. — Lonely Planet
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Outer Oesterbro
7 reviews
Geranium is one of ony two restaurants in town sporting two Michelin stars (the other is Noma). — Lonely Planet
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Frederiksberg
6 reviews
The subterranean stone dining room in Frederiksborg resembles a mausoleum and the adamantly stiff kitchen want to put the "a" back into Formel. — Concierge
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Outer Noerrebro
5 reviews
Book well in advance for a table at this simply styled restaurant, or grab a counter seat to watch the talented team in the open kitchen — Michelin Guide
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Christianshavn
5 reviews
The menu features dishes such as oysters, octopus, beetroot and pork belly. It ain’t cheap, though, with an eight-course, wine-paired menu. — Rough Guide
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Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
This Michelin one-starred restaurant, housed inside a whitewashed, 17th-century cellar, serves inventive, Scandinavian-influenced French cuisine. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
Inner Noerrebro
5 reviews
Seafood dishes rely on the North Sea daily catch, and the lemongrass and baby corn are grown by a Danish farmer just 50 miles outside of Copenhagen. — Concierge
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Outer Noerrebro
5 reviews
Simple, rustic restaurant in an up-and-coming district; sit at hand-painted Formica tables or at the tall bar facing the open kitchen — Michelin Guide
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Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
The raw impression created by the recycled wood, lambskin, granite, and concrete is a suitable setting for the clean ingredients that are presented on your plate. — Travel + Leisure
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Indre By (Inner City)
7 reviews
On the menu, diners find entrees such as smoked salmon and veal chops with lobster sauce, all cooked butter-free accoding to the chef's philosophy. — Travel + Leisure
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Indre By (Inner City)
5 reviews
Kong Hans Kælder was the first French restaurant in Copenhagen when it opened in 1976, and the city's first restaurant to hold a Michelin star — Lonely Planet
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French
2 reviews
Characterful 17C thatched inn, in a truly picturesque setting, with three small but stylish dining rooms and a delightful courtyard terrace — Michelin Guide
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European
Indre By (Inner City)
2 reviews
Lunch features contemporary smørrebrød and Danish cheeses; a better bet than the dinner, both for value and the view. It's a popular nosh spot, so book ahead if you plan on staking out a table. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
Inner Noerrebro
4 reviews
The wood-fired pizzas have thin, blistery crusts, the burrata is creamy, the high-quality charcuterie is house-made, and all of it is organic. — Travel + Leisure
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Outer Noerrebro
4 reviews
Book well in advance for a table at this simply styled restaurant - or grab a seat at the counter to watch the talented team in the open kitchen — Michelin Guide
7
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European
Indre By (Inner City)
3 reviews
The chefs at Clou follow no dogma; the only thing the food is subject to is the almost impossibly high culinary ambitions of the chefs in the kitchen. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Indre By (Inner City)
6 reviews
Dyrlægens natmad (literally “vet’s midnight snack” – buttered rye bread smeared with liver pate and topped with aspic and a slice of salted beef) and the prawn sandwich are particular highlights. — Rough Guide
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2 reviews
— Condé Nast Traveler
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Indre By (Inner City)
3 reviews
This bastion of Danish charm has an unpretentious elegance that's admired throughout the capital. — Frommer's
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Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
A Danish restaurant in a building that once served as the last stop for immigrants on their way to the New World. — DK Eyewitness
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