Danish food, traditionally prepared in Copenhagen
Norwegians love typical Danish food.
If you want to eat traditional Danish food such as sandwiches, herring, minced beef, meatballs and warm liverpaste, the selection is great.
Adam Aamann's restaurant is recommended by Guide Michelin. In his restaurants, Danish sandwiches are served with a sophisticated and modern twist in addition to classic Danish dishes.
The menu changes by season and great emphasis is placed on the ingredients. Aamanns is located just off Gråbrødretorv (Niels Hemmingsens Gade) and in Øster Farimagsgade. Read more about Aamann's temptations.
Cozy, pleasant and charming are important key words when describing Cap Horn. Here you will find a nostalgic interior, a crackling fireplace and impeccable service.
If you take the trip in the summer season you also get the opportunity to sit outside and enjoy refreshments in the sun in pleasant Nyhavn.
Here you enjoy Danish, traditional food, prepared with the best organic ingredients for the season.
At Nyhavns Færgekro you get a nice meal in maritime and historical premises.
The atmosphere is open and hearty, and the serving is typically Danish with herring and snaps.
In the winter you can enjoy the fireplace in the pleasant sitting areas, and in the summer you can enjoy the food on the terrace overlooking the charming Nyhavn.
Restaurant Schønnemann is one of the oldest restaurants in town, and since 1877 delicious sandwiches, herring and snaps have been served here.
If you want a good, traditional lunch served in a traditional setting, this is a great option.
Restaurant Schønnemann is located in the middle of the city - right behind Rundetaarn.