- Cuisines: International, Fusion, Steakhouses
We've always found this first-rate restaurant, in the previously recommended Prindsen, to be one of the best places in town for dining. The food is well-prepared with market-fresh ingredients. The staff is perhaps the friendliest and most helpful in town, and the decor is in a stylish bistro style, like something in modern Paris. Everything is prepared from scratch, and handpicked Danish raw materials are used whenever possible. The chefs even get their butter from a special dairy; their herring is cured for 8 months in Iceland, and their virgin olive oil comes from a small privately owned farm near Madrid.
It's simple and standard but ever so good, as evidenced by the grilled entrecote with baked herb butter, baked potato, and grilled tomatoes. For a hefty, succulent meal, opt for the sirloin steak cut from Angus beef. Tiger prawns are a delightful concoction served with a raw tomato salsa with lime and cilantro flavorings. Chicken breast with homemade pesto is another reliable dish, as is a lamb kebab marinated in garlic and rosemary. In fair weather, you can dine outside.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010
- tel: 46-30-91-00
- Algade 13
- Daily noon-10pm
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