Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Frederikshavn, Jutland, Denmark. This bustling transport hub, site of the terminal for ferries to and from Norway, is a city of 25,000. Primarily a hectic ferry port and shopping pit stop, it's popular with Swedes and Norwegians, who visit to stock up on appealingly priced meat and alcohol. If you miss your ferry or tire of edible and potable on-shelf options, visit Bangsbo Museum, an open-air attraction full of 18th-century buildings, 14th-century ruins, antique farm equipment and handicrafts created from hair and WWII relics.
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Strandby Badehotel's restaurant specializes in seafood and seafood dishes. The fresh fish comes straight from the fishing boats down from the harbor, and the freshness can be tasted in the dishes.
En stor nydelse at spise her. Mange fine fiskeretter og gode bÃ¸ffer. Et fint lille hotel, med fÃ¥ minutters gÃ¥tur til havnen og stranden.
4 based on 45 reviews
Best restaurant in champagne, seafood and a la carte. If you love the sea, this is the place to be only few meters from the water.
The only choice of restaurant on the Frederikshavn harbour for visiting boat guests (if not travelling to the city) - but thatÂ´s not necessarily a bad thing, because this is a great find. The restaurant seems newly opened after a renovation of the old restaurant.Very tasteful mussels nicely flavoured. The fries served well as a side-dish for once, as I usually dislike this combination. There are some tasteful beers available, and it seems like a perfect spot for Champagne enthusiasts.However, as for the backyard they have to do something about all the flies.. Nonetheless, full score from me.
4 based on 55 reviews
My family walked into this place after a long day of driving. We were welcomed in a friendly way and were given a table (the last one available). The fact that it was full of Danish families was a good first sign: when Danes (or any other cultural/ethnic group) go to a restaurant that serves their own food, it's usually because they do it better than what one can have at home. Though the staff was not very fluent in English, they did their best, and speaking German was a big help too, as one of the waitresses, her first day on the job, was fluent in German. Being offered an English menu sure helped us understand what we were about to order. We each had something different (quite rare for us), including fish & chips for our youngest and something more daring for our eldest and ourselves: various fish dishes. In fact, they were all classic Danish fish dishes, but delivered in a visually stunning, mouth-watering way. It wasn't the cheapest place we could have eaten, but it was worth every kroner. It's the kind of restaurant that really sets the standard for what Danish food can be: traditional yet inventive, and above all, amazingly flavourful. No, it's not Noma, but it was delightful nonetheless.A week after eating here, we went for lunch at the Hirstals Kro Restaurant in Hirstals, which was the exact opposite experience. Check out my review.Hi,We are glad to hear, that you enjoyed your stay at "Den FornÃ¸jelige" - which actually can be translated to "The enjoyable" :-)Further we are more than happy, to have given you the experience, to try some of the old traditional danish cousin. The northern part of Jutland is famous for it's fish - so it almost was "must try" wasn't it?We are thankful for the kind words and hope that you enjoyed you travel.Best regards"Den FornÃ¸jelige"
4 based on 38 reviews
Hello everyone. Today me and my husband visited your lovelly resturant. This was the best schrimps iÂ´ve ever eaten. Dear you, eat here please. Best wishes your Grandma
4 based on 445 reviews
There is an air of commercialism about this place which is a little offputting. But there is an amazing array of seafood dishes and assorted salads, about everything you could wish for. The service was overworked but luckily you do not need much to help yourself at a buffet. The view is pleasant and on the day we went mid week in May it was not too crowded. There is an elevator to the floor and a handicap WC as well.
4 based on 84 reviews
Good food but I was struggling with the service. It was very stand off-ish and we had a feeling of disturbing the staff. We spent quite a bit of money and the servings we got was very well executed. Frederikshavn is a small town trying to attract tourists. I feel they should try harder to deliver a good service. If this is successful, I think it could be an up and coming place
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