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The 38 Essential Copenhagen Restaurants

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You're going to have a lovely time in Copenhagen, but you're also going to feel a little jealous. The city will challenge your understanding of the word "livable." It will make you wonder why everybody where you live doesn't have this aesthetic sensibility. It will make you ask, probably more than once, "Why can't we just do it this way back home?" Everyone gets more vacation time than you, the parks and cultural attractions are perfectly manicured, and, when the sun comes out, open spaces brim with people hoping to soak it in. You can park your stroller outside of a coffee shop and leave the baby inside it.

Copenhagen is also a city big on creative risk-taking, where starchitect Bjarke Ingels got his start and artists like Olafur Eliasson always seem to be up to something. Over the past decade, since the ascendancy of René Redzepi and his groundbreaking restaurant Noma, this spirit of progress has allowed the work of chefs to become the city's greatest draw. The Danish capital's restaurant community continues to influence people across the world in the fields of food, coffee, and wine.

But Copenhagen isn't just about pushing the envelope. There's a wealth of bars where you can still chain smoke, classic restaurants in which to enjoy smørrebrød, the open-faced sandwich, as well as holes in the wall that will serve you simple fare perfect for absorbing liquor. Best of all is a recent development: Forward-thinking chefs are filling gastronomic voids that used to make it easy for someone to dismiss the city as simply Noma and its acolytes. You can now find some of the best pizza and tacos anywhere.

Here, organized roughly by neighborhood, are the 38 essential eating and drinking experiences in Copenhagen. It's a list that's sure to change quickly in the coming months, and we're all lucky for that. There might be no better place to eat in Europe right now.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Kong Hans Kælder

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Vingårdstræde 6, Copenhagen
Capital Region 1070, Denmark
+45 33 11 68 68
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Kong Hans Kaelder is located in an underground cellar in the oldest building in Copenhagen. The current chef is Mark Lundgaard Nielsen, whose food celebrates French fundamentals — turbot cooked in a salt crust, whole-roasted duck, a cheese cart — and old school tableside ceremony. It’s a blast if you’re in the mood for a classic fine dining experience. Bonus: It's open Mondays.

2. Den Vandrette

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Havnegade 53A
1058 København K, Denmark
The dapper Sune Rosforth is Copenhagen’s leading importer of biodynamic wines. His quiet wine bar is the place to go any day of the week for some ham and cheese and maybe a bottle of naturally effervescent pét-nat after you’ve finished strolling Nyhavn, just around the corner. [$$-$$$]

3. Restaurant Sankt Annæ

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Sankt Annæ Plads 12, Copenhagen
Capital Region 1250, Denmark
+45 33 12 54 97
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If you’re planning on hitting the design museum or Amalienborg Palace, this elegant, traditional Danish lunch option works well. The smørrebrød and tartare are of course worth trying, but you might want to go for the biksemad, a dish of potato hash, diced meat, and fried eggs that you’d usually only eat in someone’s home. It can be hard to find restaurants that stay open on Mondays in Copenhagen, but thankfully Sankt Annæ does. [$$ - $$$]

4. Bistro Boheme

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Esplanaden 8, København K
Capital Region 1263, Denmark
+45 33 93 98 44
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Odds are you will visit The Little Mermaid, the most overhyped tourist attraction in the city. When you're done with that (it'll take you about 20 seconds to take it all in and move on), you can have lunch or dinner at this airy and civilized neighborhood restaurant serving oysters, beef tournedos, and really wonderful fries. You could just stop by for a beer and frites to recharge. [$$$]

5. Geist

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Kongens Nytorv 8, Copenhagen
Capital Region 1050 KBH K, Denmark
+45 33 13 37 13
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The cooking at chef Bo Bech's dark, bustling restaurant in the city center is pared down, confident, and offered à la carte. Bech tops thin layers of avocado with caviar and almond oil, and covers unthinkably juicy slices of suckling pig with crispy artichokes. The restaurant is open seven nights a week, which is a really special thing for a restaurant like this. [$$ - $$$]

6. Any Street Hot Dog (Pølse)

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King's New Square, Kongens Nytorv
1050 København K, Denmark
There are a number of organic and specialty hot dog carts in the city, but the most prevalent and basic hot dog, available at pølse carts all over town, is the tastiest. Each of these carts will offer a number of sausages, but go with the classic ristet (or “toasted”) variety and drag it through the Scandinavian garden: crispy and raw onions, remoulade, ketchup, mustard, and sweet, thinly sliced pickles. [$]

7. Atelier September

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Gothersgade 30, Copenhagen
Capital Region 1123, Denmark
+45 26 29 57 53
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You might be tempted to start every day of your trip at this cafe where infuriatingly good-looking Copenhageners drink matcha and eat sliced rye bread and cheese. The caramelized grapefruit and yogurt with poached squash are both great, but best of all is the avocado toast with chile, chives, and citrus. Located only a few blocks from Kongens Nytorv, it’s striking distance from nearly every major attraction. [$$]

8. Andy's Bar

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Gothersgade 33, København K
Capital Region 1123, Denmark
+45 33 12 06 46
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By day, Gothersgade is effortlessly urbane, one of the most pleasant stretches of the city (see Atelier September). At night, it’s a lurid goat rodeo of study abroad bars and sidewalk hurling. But there is one place worth a nighttime visit: Andy’s, a local classic that serves beer, Fernet, and cigarettes until 6 a.m.. Don’t head there before 1. Living in Copenhagen, it’s where you run into more familiar faces than you’d expect. [$]

9. Ved Stranden 10 - Vinhandel & Bar

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Ved Stranden 10, København K
Denmark 1061, Denmark
+45 35 42 40 40
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Of all the places to drink minimal intervention wines in the city, Ved Stranden 10 is the best. It feels like a living room and overlooks the canal. There’s no menu. Just have a chat with one of the servers and they’ll set you up. If you’re around on a Monday, they serve "staff meal" beginning at 6 p.m. for a reasonable 100 DKK. Every week, it’s a different hearty choice, from ramen to beef bourguignon. Charcuterie, cheese, and snacks are available all the time. [$$-$$$]

10. Ruby

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Nybrogade 10, st., København K
Capital Region 1203, Denmark
+45 33 93 12 03
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Opened in 2007, Ruby pioneered seasonal craft cocktails in Copenhagen. It remains as good as ever. Grab a seat on one of the plush couches and cool down after touring nearby destinations like Tivoli, Christiansborg Castle, and the National Museum. [$$]

11. Café Det Vide Hus

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Gothersgade 113, København K
København K 1123, Denmark
+45 60 61 20 02
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Despite plugs from René Redzepi, who is a regular, this coffee shop has remained largely unnoticed. But it makes a killer espresso and some of the most delicious ice cream bars in town. It's just what you want in between trips to the King’s Garden, Rosenborg Castle, National Gallery, or even the cinematheque (there’s often some stellar programming, in English). [$]

12. Restaurant Schønnemann

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Hauser Plads 16, København K
Capital Region 1127, Denmark
+45 33 12 07 85
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If you only go to one traditional Danish lunch spot, make it Schønnemann. This restaurant near the central shopping district has been open since 1877 and offers a staggering amount of smørrebrød. You can get your bread topped with over 15 types of herring, multiple tartares, great seafood — the list goes on. Somehow, it’s reliable across the board. [$$$]

13. Democratic Coffee Bar

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Krystalgade, Copenhagen
Capital Region 1172, Denmark
+45 40 19 62 37
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Coffee Collective serves superior drinks, but Democratic on Krystalgade serves what many call the best croissant in Denmark: The almond version is crazy. The shop is smack in the middle of the stores and attractions of the old town center, so odds are it’ll be within walking distance more than once during your trip. [$]

14. Restaurant BROR

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SANKT PEDERS STRÆDE 24A, Copenhagen
Capital Region, Denmark
+45 32 17 59 99
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Two young upstarts are behind this irreverent, bare bones restaurant where your meal will start with bull testicle fritters (served with tartar sauce, cheekily) and usually end with a whole pig’s head you have to attack with your hands. Sister restaurant Ante has just opened next door, promising a more refined and “involved” tasting. [$$ - $$$]
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15. Coffee Collective

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Vendersgade 6D
1363 København K, Denmark
+45 60 15 15 25
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There are three Coffee Collectives in Copenhagen, and any of them will make a convincing case for Scandinavian coffee of the new wave. But might as well single out the centrally located Torvehallerne outpost, since all roads eventually lead food lovers to this covered market. In case Torvehallerne doesn’t work: The original location is in Norrebro, on the same street as Relæ and Manfreds, and the most recently opened and largest outpost is in Frederiksberg. [$]

16. Copenhagen Street Food Market

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Trangravsvej 7
1436 København K, Denmark
+45 33 93 07 60
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Torvehallerne might be the most well known food hall in Copenhagen, but this is the one you want to try. A modern warehouse on the harbor filled with different food stalls, it is the picture of idyllic Scandinavia. Copenhagen Street Food gets overrun with people from all over. Especially happy children. It's the perfect stop for a bite after visiting the Experimentarium City science museum. [$]

17. Noma

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Strandgade 93, Copenhagen
Capital Region 1401, Denmark
+45 32 96 32 97
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After more than a decade in operation, René Redzepi’s understated and warm restaurant in an old maritime warehouse — which has trained scores of today’s leading chefs and inspired more than a few sorry imitators — remains one of the most influential kitchens in the world. Noma is best known for rediscovering the Nordic terroir’s gastronomic potential, but most compelling of late have been its investigations into fermentation and how lauded residencies in Tokyo and Sydney have influenced the team's work in Denmark.

Reservations are as difficult to nab as ever, but try to get to the original harbor-side location before Redzepi and his crew move to new digs in 2017. [$$$$]

Ed. note: Noma closed on February 24, 2017. It will be relocating, and is expected to reopen in late fall 2017.

18. Eiffel Bar

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Wildersgade 58, København K
Capital Region 1408, Denmark
+45 32 57 70 92
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With its foggy docks and five-hundred-year-old buildings, the Christianshavn neighborhood has an irresistible sense of mystery; it’s exactly what you imagine getting from a trip to Copenhagen (some call that moving target hygge). That intimate feeling is most easily accessed by visiting Eiffel Bar, which opened in 1737. A mix of people fills the place throughout the day, smoking cigarettes and drinking the house beer. [$]

19. Rabes Have

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Langebrogade 8
1411 København K, Denmark
+45 32 57 34 17
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You probably won’t read about this family operation in too many guides, thanks to its tranquil location. Compared to far more publicized options, it’s practically clandestine. But it’s the place to go if you’re looking for charm, draught beer, and dishes like fried plaice without the hassle of having to make a reservation or dressing too well. The winning dish here is the pariserbøf, a kind of crispy burger patty that, thanks to the various garnishes that surround it, looks like a meat compass. NB: The public baths and diving tower of Islands Brygge are just a short walk away. [$]
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  • 20. Kødbyens Fiskebar

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    Flæsketorvet 100, København V
    Capital Region 1711, Denmark
    +45 32 15 56 56
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    Another godsend thanks to its a la carte menu and seven-day schedule, Fiskebar serves excellent seafood in the heart of the Meatpacking District. The format and cosmopolitan vibe allow you to enjoy a full meal or just a glass and some mussels. In the warmer months, the restaurant will arrange beach chairs in the lot out front, so you can post up with a bottle of wine and watch the sunset. [$$ - $$$]

    21. Hija de Sánchez (Kødbyen)

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    +45 31 77 61 49
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    Rosio Sanchez left her job as pastry chef of Noma and made the unlikely decision to open Hija de Sanchez, a taqueria where she nixtamalizes Oaxacan corn every morning. She also serves quesadillas, aguas, and wonderful paletas laced with condensed milk. (It should go without saying that it’s rare to find a Mexican restaurant of this caliber in Europe.) This is the new and improved outpost in the Meatpacking District, which is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The original location in Torvehallerne, the city’s food market, operates seasonally, but once it kicks off, it’s seven days a week. [$]

    22. Isted Grill

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    Istedgade 92, København V
    Capital Region 1650, Denmark
    +45 33 21 01 62
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    Flæskesteg, or roast pork with crackling skin, is a Danish birthright. This beloved greasy spoon on Copenhagen’s drunkest street is the place to get it in a sandwich. Go in late at night, stake out a spot on that nasty red formica counter, go nuts. Wash it down with a Cocio, which is like Yoo-Hoo, but better. You’re going to feel terrible in the morning. [$]
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  • 23. Kebabistan

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    Istedgade 105, Copenhagen V
    Denmark 1650, Denmark
    +45 33 22 89 93
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    Kebabistan has three locations and there isn’t much difference between them. They’re open quite late, so go with the one closest to the bar you’re at — really, a sober Kebabistan experience is not recommended — and order a shawarma (chicken, lamb, or mixed) and fries. Mayo and the magic chili oil are required. [$]

    24. Lidkoeb

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    Vesterbrogade 72b
    København V, Denmark
    +45 33 11 20 10
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    A posh, three-floor cocktail bar with plenty of fireplaces, leather chairs, and vintage posters. It’s just right for easing into the evening, before you visit the area’s more intense bars and nightclubs. The roped-off whiskey lounge at the top is difficult to gain access to, but definitely worth a try. Open seven days. [$$]

    25. Meyers Bageri

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    Jægersborggade 9, København N
    Capital Region 2200, Denmark
    +45 25 10 11 34
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    The Danish food impresario Claus Meyer has his hands in a variety of projects in the city (no longer Noma, though). For its wide selection of breads and pastries, his Nørrebro bakery, located on the same street as Relæ, Manfreds, and Coffee Collective, is the one to single out above all the rest. Do check the website for locations throughout the city that may be more convenient. [$]

    26. Restaurant Relæ

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    Jægersborggade 41, København N
    Capital Region 2200, Denmark
    +45 36 96 66 09
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    In 2010, chef Christian Puglisi and sommelier Kim Rossen obtained a crappy space on a dangerous street and opened a restaurant where the cooking demonstrates restraint — three or four ingredients joined in remarkable balance — and the environment rejects as much fuss as possible. Puglisi was the first Noma disciple to make it big, and his restaurant Relæ has helped transform a block once overrun by pushers into one of Nørrebro’s loveliest stretches. [$$$ - $$$$]
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    27. Tartare at Manfreds

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    Jægersborggade 40, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 2200, Denmark
    +45 36 96 65 93
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    The casual, wine-focused offshoot of Relæ serves a seven-course family-style meal for a very appealing 275 DKK. The menu’s always full of simple and filling dishes that go well with the wines, but the beef tartare, made with rye breadcrumbs, poached egg mayo, and long strands of spicy cress usually steals the show. It’s offered separate from the vegetable-heavy tasting. [$$ - $$$]
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    28. Mikkeller & Friends

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    Stefansgade 35, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 2200, Denmark
    +45 35 83 10 20
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    Before or after meals at Manfreds and Relæ, make sure to swing by the flagship location of Mikkeller. It’s one of the most imaginative beer bars in the world. Microbrewer Mikkel Borg Bjergsø has made beers using everything from Szechuan peppercorns to blackthorn berries. With no music playing and a whole lot of craft beer bros filling the place, it’s not a terribly lively scene, but it’s still a must. Note that the original location is in Vesterbro, closer to most of the nightlife. [$ - $$]

    29. Bæst

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    Guldbergsgade 29 B, København N
    2200, Denmark
    +45 35 35 04 63
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    Relæ's Christian Puglisi revisits his Italian heritage with this meticulous restaurant, where the charcuterie and burrata are made in-house and the pizza gets blasted in a Neapolitan oven. Copenhagen has never seen anything like it. [$$ - $$$]

    30. Selfish

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    Elmegade 4, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 2200, Denmark
    +45 35 35 96 26
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    Sushi in Copenhagen is not good. This tiny restaurant is the exception. It’s nice to visit to get a few solid standards and whichever sakes the owner is excited about. Ideal for solo dining or a quick pit stop on the day you visit Hans Christian Andersen’s grave. [$$]

    31. Ranees

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    Blågards Plads 10, Copenhagen
    Capital Region, Denmark
    +45 35 36 85 05
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    This modest restaurant does faithfully prepared Isan Thai food and is frequented by chefs and waiters who want a break from wood sorrel and nasturtiums on their nights off. It also has a short but surprisingly good wine list. You might want to plan for dinner here after wandering through Nørrebro. [$]

    32. Restaurant Pony

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    Vesterbrogade 135, Copenhagen
    Capital Region DK-1620, Denmark
    +45 33 22 10 00
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    Pony is a great sleeper restaurant you could visit for dinner after a visit to the Frederiksberg Gardens. Its small staff and concise menu (you choose from two to four courses) give it the feel of a Parisian bistro. Except for the brief moment when the waiters explain that the restaurant highlights products from the island of Bornholm, you won’t be getting much a spiel about the menu; it’s quite refreshing. [$$]

    33. Restaurant Melée

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    Martensens Allé 16, Frederiksberg
    Capital Region 2000, Denmark
    +45 35 13 11 34
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    If you find yourself in Frederiksberg on a chilly night, this bistro is the place to order fortifying dishes like cassoulet and steak béarnaise, and a bottle of heavy red wine. Keep an eye out for the daily blackboard, which often features serrano ham and various preparations of foie. [$$]

    34. Geranium

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    Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, København Ø
    Capital Region 2100, Denmark
    +45 69 96 00 20
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    Chef Rasmus Kofoed is the only competitor to have won all three trophies at the Bocuse d’Or cooking competition. It’s not much of a surprise that Kofoed’s competitive spirit and obsessively touched food have earned Geranium the distinction of being the only restaurant in Denmark with three Michelin stars; it’s almost too perfect that it’s located in the city’s soccer stadium. The room can feel a bit cold, with its gray design elements and conservative service, but the whole endeavor is something to behold. [$$$$]

    35. Fischer

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    Victor Borges Pl. 12
    2100 København Ø, Denmark
    +45 35 42 39 64
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    Fischer may have lost some of its thunder thanks to the recent success of Bæst, but it remains a sound choice for Italian food if you’re in Østerbro for a soccer match or visit to the park behind the stadium. Keep in mind that they’ve got pasta. Bæst does not. [$$]

    36. Amass

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    Refshalevej 153, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 1432, Denmark
    +45 43 58 43 30
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    Out in the industrial landscape of Refshaleøen, former Noma head chef Matt Orlando is cooking some of the most thrilling food in Copenhagen. Orlando is still developing his style, which features bombs of acidity and bitterness, beautiful cuts of pork and beef from the region, and a growing collection of ingredients grown on premises. He doesn’t always hit the perfect note, and that’s the point. You can finish your meal outside with madeleines and a bonfire.

    Keep in mind that Amass is in the middle of nowhere, relatively, so take into account the 20 minutes it’ll take to cab to the restaurant. If you’ve got extra time, be sure to take a ferry across the water instead. [$$$$]

    37. Søllerød Kro

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    Søllerødvej 35, Holte
    Capital Region 2840, Denmark
    +45 45 80 25 05
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    Take a train to the northern suburbs of Copenhagen for an unapologetically luxurious Danish meal. The good-natured host Jan Restorff provides hospitality befitting a building that dates back to 1677. [$$$$]

    38. Kadeau Bornholm

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    Baunevej 18, Åkirkeby
    Capital Region 3720, Denmark
    +45 56 97 82 50
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    While the newly renovated Kadeau in Christianshavn has a beautiful open kitchen and one Michelin star, the real stunner is the location on the island of Bornholm, a half-hour plane ride from the city (FlexFlight operates several daily flights). The Scandinavian summer home of your dreams, Kadeau Bornholm is the ideal place to spend a sunny day in the region. After your meal, grab a bottle of wine and walk down to the beach. [$$$]

    1. Kong Hans Kælder

    Vingårdstræde 6, Copenhagen, Capital Region 1070, Denmark
    Kong Hans Kaelder is located in an underground cellar in the oldest building in Copenhagen. The current chef is Mark Lundgaard Nielsen, whose food celebrates French fundamentals — turbot cooked in a salt crust, whole-roasted duck, a cheese cart — and old school tableside ceremony. It’s a blast if you’re in the mood for a classic fine dining experience. Bonus: It's open Mondays.
    Vingårdstræde 6, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 1070, Denmark

    2. Den Vandrette

    Havnegade 53A, 1058 København K, Denmark
    The dapper Sune Rosforth is Copenhagen’s leading importer of biodynamic wines. His quiet wine bar is the place to go any day of the week for some ham and cheese and maybe a bottle of naturally effervescent pét-nat after you’ve finished strolling Nyhavn, just around the corner. [$$-$$$]
    Havnegade 53A
    1058 København K, Denmark

    3. Restaurant Sankt Annæ

    Sankt Annæ Plads 12, Copenhagen, Capital Region 1250, Denmark
    If you’re planning on hitting the design museum or Amalienborg Palace, this elegant, traditional Danish lunch option works well. The smørrebrød and tartare are of course worth trying, but you might want to go for the biksemad, a dish of potato hash, diced meat, and fried eggs that you’d usually only eat in someone’s home. It can be hard to find restaurants that stay open on Mondays in Copenhagen, but thankfully Sankt Annæ does. [$$ - $$$]
    Sankt Annæ Plads 12, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 1250, Denmark

    4. Bistro Boheme

    Esplanaden 8, København K, Capital Region 1263, Denmark
    Odds are you will visit The Little Mermaid, the most overhyped tourist attraction in the city. When you're done with that (it'll take you about 20 seconds to take it all in and move on), you can have lunch or dinner at this airy and civilized neighborhood restaurant serving oysters, beef tournedos, and really wonderful fries. You could just stop by for a beer and frites to recharge. [$$$]
    Esplanaden 8, København K
    Capital Region 1263, Denmark

    5. Geist

    Kongens Nytorv 8, Copenhagen, Capital Region 1050 KBH K, Denmark
    The cooking at chef Bo Bech's dark, bustling restaurant in the city center is pared down, confident, and offered à la carte. Bech tops thin layers of avocado with caviar and almond oil, and covers unthinkably juicy slices of suckling pig with crispy artichokes. The restaurant is open seven nights a week, which is a really special thing for a restaurant like this. [$$ - $$$]
    Kongens Nytorv 8, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 1050 KBH K, Denmark

    6. Any Street Hot Dog (Pølse)

    King's New Square, Kongens Nytorv, 1050 København K, Denmark
    There are a number of organic and specialty hot dog carts in the city, but the most prevalent and basic hot dog, available at pølse carts all over town, is the tastiest. Each of these carts will offer a number of sausages, but go with the classic ristet (or “toasted”) variety and drag it through the Scandinavian garden: crispy and raw onions, remoulade, ketchup, mustard, and sweet, thinly sliced pickles. [$]
    King's New Square, Kongens Nytorv
    1050 København K, Denmark

    7. Atelier September

    Gothersgade 30, Copenhagen, Capital Region 1123, Denmark
    You might be tempted to start every day of your trip at this cafe where infuriatingly good-looking Copenhageners drink matcha and eat sliced rye bread and cheese. The caramelized grapefruit and yogurt with poached squash are both great, but best of all is the avocado toast with chile, chives, and citrus. Located only a few blocks from Kongens Nytorv, it’s striking distance from nearly every major attraction. [$$]
    Gothersgade 30, Copenhagen
    Capital Region 1123, Denmark

    8. Andy's Bar

    Gothersgade 33, København K, Capital Region 1123, Denmark
    By day, Gothersgade is effortlessly urbane, one of the most pleasant stretches of the city (see Atelier September). At night, it’s a lurid goat rodeo of study abroad bars and sidewalk hurling. But there is one place worth a nighttime visit: Andy’s, a local classic that serves beer, Fernet, and cigarettes until 6 a.m.. Don’t head there before 1. Living in Copenhagen, it’s where you run into more familiar faces than you’d expect. [$]
    Gothersgade 33, København K
    Capital Region 1123, Denmark

    9. Ved Stranden 10 - Vinhandel & Bar

    Ved Stranden 10, København K, Denmark 1061, Denmark