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Noma
9
$$$
Christianshavn
13 reviews
One of the city’s several Michelin-starred restaurants, the Noma draws upon Greenland, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands for its inspiration. — DK Eyewitness
Geranium
8
$$$
European
Outer Oesterbro
6 reviews
This modern northern European kitchen gives Noma a run for its money. — Fodor's
Relæ
8
$$$
European
Outer Noerrebro
7 reviews
Expect rigorously seasonal pared-down dishes like broccoli with parsley puree or veal hearts with pepper sauce. — Concierge
Formel B
8
$$$
European
Frederiksberg
6 reviews
Complex and original small plates are created with an assured and confident touch. — Michelin Guide
Kiin Kiin
8
$$$
Cafe
Inner Noerrebro
5 reviews
A former bread factory houses this chic restaurant which serves sophisticated vegetarian cuisine — Michelin Guide
AOC
7
$$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
This posh two-Michelin-starred restaurant, which is tucked into a basement, is where you can sample of Copenhagen's finest haute cuisine — Condé Nast Traveler
Soren K
7
$$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
6 reviews
On the menu, diners find entrees such as smoked salmon and veal chops with lobster sauce, all cooked butter-free accoding to the chef's philosophy. — Travel + Leisure
Gitte Kik
7
$$
Indre By (Inner City)
5 reviews
Smorrebrod (which translates as "bread and butter") is the classic Danish lunch, consisting of a piece of bread with a variety of toppings—essentially, an open-face sandwich. — Travel + Leisure
Lumskebugten
7
$$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
3 reviews
A small and exclusive restaurant by Churchill Park near the Little Mermaid statue, with fine food and fine wine. — Insight Guides
Nyhavns Faergekro
7
$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
For lunch, try the all-you-can-eat buffet of pickled herring or a range of other Danish specialties. The restaurant is also known for its own flavored snaps collection, which is made in-house. — Fodor's
Cafe Victor
7
$$
Cafe
Indre By (Inner City)
3 reviews
You'll find both croque monsieur and pickled herring—along with Copenhagen's best people-watching from outdoor tables. — Travel + Leisure
Era Ora
7
$$$
Italian
Christianshavn
4 reviews
Regularly nominated as the best Italian restaurant in Denmark, Era Ora has had its Michelin star for well over a decade for its sophisticated Tuscan-inspired menu. — DK Eyewitness
Ida Davidsen
7
$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
5 reviews
This five-generations-old, world-renowned lunch spot is synonymous with smørrebrød, the Danish open-face sandwich. — Fodor's
Kong Hans Kaelder
7
$$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
4 reviews
Chef Thomas Rode Andersen's French- and Danish-inspired dishes employ local ingredients and are served in a medieval subterranean space with whitewashed walls and vaulted ceilings. — Fodor's
Kadeau Copenhagen
7
$$$
European
Christianshavn
4 reviews
The menu features dishes such as oysters, octopus, beetroot and pork belly. It ain’t cheap, though, with an eight-course, wine-paired menu. — Rough Guide
Vivah
7
$$
Middle Eastern
Amager
3 reviews
The after-work spot for theater people, this restaurant and bar is situated on a houseboat in Christianshavn. — Travel + Leisure
Alchemist
7
$$$
2 reviews
— Condé Nast Traveler
Restaurant Kronborg
7
$$
Indre By (Inner City)
2 reviews
If in doubt, make sure at least one of the dishes you order is the pan-fried fillet of plaice for perfectly cooked fish served with remoulade and lemon. — The Telegraph
Restaurant Godt
7
$$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
2 reviews
Stylish restaurant seating just 20, where old WWII shells act as candle holders — Michelin Guide
SALT Bar & Restaurant
7
$$$
European
Indre By (Inner City)
2 reviews
The chefs at Salt take market-fresh ingredients to the limits of their innate possibilities, dishing out sublime concoctions. — Frommer's
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