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copenhagen has more michelin rated restaurants than all other scandinavian cities combined. from new nordic gastronomy to traditional danish street food, viola!
favorite restaurant in town, located in the semi-forbidden city of christiania. ; ) rustic, dimly lit warehouse is the setting for divinely unpretentious meals.
since el bulli closed, noma has consistently been voted best restaurant in the world. dining here is a test of curiosity and character, a redefining of taste.
classic haute cuisine, fusion of danish and french. often impeccable service. most popular with folks from the whisky belt (ie. the yacht people from up north).
dining on the top of the sas royal hotel, which was designed by arne jacobsen. beware, recent word on the street is that results can sometimes be inconsistent.
located on one of city's best foodie streets, a lovely spot for comfort cuisine. unfancied, it's all about the wine and the joyful morsels that go with it.
classic open-faced sandwiches that's still vital & relevant. toss-up between here & the better known ida davidsen but i choose (relative) youth over old guard.
stylish dining room with an open layout and views from the 8th floor. innovation and flair, cutting edge cuisine. repeat-winner of a michelin star.
an offshoot of relæ, the first "natural wine bar" in copenhagen, i.e. non-sulphured wines, serves danish tapas in a raw space that's densely packed with tables.