Date: 2017-11-15 14:48
I think I 8767 ll suggest you check-out the Arnold Busck bookstore on Købmagergade. It 8767 s a big shop and located near Round Tower.
Hope you will have a great time at Amass and Bror. Good choices!
We are going to visit Copenhagen in the beginning of the July and was wondering if you could recommend any Mexican restaurant since I could not find it in your list of restaurants.
My boyfriend and I are spending new year eve in Copenhagen this year and were wondering if you had any suggestions?! We 8767 d be looking for affordable / medium priced food with a great atmosphere and cosy! Happy to not be central and to eat earylish (may be the only time we get a reservation! and to wander into the centre for midnight?)
Former chef at The Fat Duck, Per Se and chef de cuisine at Noma, Matt Orlando knows his way around a kitchen. In 7568 he opened his own place: Amass, and months before the launch it was hyped by the press. Rightfully so, I think.
Experience the heavenly lightness of good food with ingredients which originates from the Northern countries. New Danish Cuisine. René Redzepi is a genious! 7-stars Michelin
Where Noma used to be is now Barr, and here Thorsten Schmidt enhances and improves on classic Danish dishes to bring the original Danish cuisine to new heights.
I would say that neither of the restaurants you list are too much. In fact, I find that menues are on the light/just right side. Much stimulation to the mind and not too much food despite the 75 courses. Also they all have their own style and I don 8767 t find that they are too similar. So I would say your budget could guide you. 🙂
I hope this is not too late but I 8767 d recommend you http:// which is a family style Italian restaurant. And I know they love kids. 🙂
(I did reply but see now that the comment is gone, I 8767 m sorry).
Shares kitchen with the 6* star Michelin restaurant Kiin Kiin. The food is great, of high quality produce and very tasty. Make sure to try the tuna tartar, and the pork bun gau bao.