1650 Copenhagen, Denmark
With its open kitchen and a contemporary Hong Kong style, Chinese restaurant Magasasa offers authentic and affordable Chinese cuisine from the south of the country, with the overwhelming majority of the dishes on the menu costing under DKK 100. The name has no particular meaning in Chinese, and is simply, 'an original name for an original restaurant'. The restaurant is especially popular with the local Chinese population, and you're more likely to hear Chinese spoken here than Danish; this is also one of the few Chinese eateries in the country that doesn't adjust its dishes to the Scandivian palette. Familiar dishes like Singapore noodles, Hong Kong style duck and Gong-Bao chicken contrast with a more adventurous and spicy selection of Sichuan dishes. Take away is also available.