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4.5 based on 285 reviews
Welcome to our cozy a la carte restaurant. Here we serve delicious locally inspired dishes, exquisite gourmet experiences and a host of delightful desserts, accompanied by choice coffees. Our lovely Terrace overlooking the sea is open for service during the summer.
A nice and newly renovated hotel. The hotel is in a very small town - some cosy small houses and few shops - otherwise not much to do. But close to Knuthenborg and beautiful nature.
Staff was very friendly and we had a large aparment in the building next door - so don't know how the rooms in main building look. One minus is that there's no real bar og area for just hanging out/having a pre-dinner drink. Only a couple of couches in the reception. Food was nice and a little "retro" - but well prepared.
4 based on 80 reviews
I would probably rate this place with 4 stars only somewhere else, but after spending one week in Maribo and getting disappointed with all the other places I have been this one clearly stands out.
The food was decorated nicely and tasted good. Service was friendly. Can definitely recommend this place.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
We live this small restaurant because of the stable and good quality of the food, the reasonable pricing, the wonderful view and the overall genuine local feel and friendliness of this gem-like place by the sea (as well as at the harbourside)
4 based on 48 reviews
We have really enjoyed our meal at our car trip from Sweden to The Netherlands. The soups could be served in nicer porcelin (real European standard cups, smaller than at average Thai Restaurant). Though the food was of good quality and adjusted to more spicy upon our wishes.
Definitely worth a visit, though not a WOW-experience.
4 based on 99 reviews
Dined at Hotel Saxkjobing Sunday the 22/6/2014 with 3 girlfriends from the UK. The restaurant had confirmed 5 days before that it was possible to cater for a vegetarian for the tasting menu. I had informed my friends about Claus Meyer and his impact on Danish cooking so they had high expectations.
When we arrived we reminded the staff about the vegetarian but it had never been mentioned to the chef so nothing had been prepared. The waiter was hugely apologetic. It was not a big issue and we opted for the ala carte instead. The chef kindly cooked a special main for the vegetarian which was slightly disappointing. They very kindly did not charge for it.
The rest of us were very happy with our food which was tasty and beautifully presented. We loved the fact that the focus was on sourcing local food from the Islands.
The restaurant is in an old charming building in the main square. The dining room is lovely and simply decorated with a nice Scandinavian feel. The prices are very reasonable however the service needs to be improved. The girl was extremely sweet and polite but seemed inexperienced and overworked which affected the service. The restaurant was full which is fantastic for a Sunday night.
Ordered a Lolland Kir Royal and received a sherry looking drink which was not very nice. When queried, it turned out to be an error and we received the correct Kir Royal for free as compensation.
When back in Denmark, I would definitely give the restaurant a second try. –and hopefully by then the service has improved and staff will be more confident.
4.5 based on 87 reviews
A really lovely place in stunning settings however a pity that service and food was a disappointment.
We had dinner here on a Saturday night and did not know that there was a big dinner party in another room which probably explains why the service was non-existent.
The starters were fabulous but then it went downhill. Unable to get the waiters attention we waited 1 hour between starter and main. When the mains finally arrived the meat was uneatable with grizzle and fish and potatoes overcooked. We could not be bothered with dessert.
As we came to pay for the bill, we had to remind them of the drinks we had consumed because they were missing on the bill.
If you like to try this restaurant I would recommend asking if there is big dinner party on to ensure good food and attention from waiters.
5 based on 67 reviews
Located in one of the most remote areas of the country and by a 1star camp site, this restaurant doesn't appear to be anything special.
But don't be fooled, the restaurant doesn't need to be in a crowded city or massive marketing campaigns to attract customers and especially not a foodie like me!
I had this restaurant recommended through word of mouth and we drove almost two hours to get there and it was worth every minute extra in the car.
The place is small, beautiful and surrounded by forest.
It's private and it's like entering someones home when you arrive.
The two owners know exactly what they want and what they serve. The freshest of fish and meat and home grown or excellent imported vegetables.
They buy their own livestock and make sure everything is done properly before the meat is prepared.
Fish is fresh from the sea Everything is fresh.
A unique experience with excellent food, high level service, great wine experience.
Worth the drive, worth the visit and I myself will definitely be back.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
Delightful family run restaurant near the centre of Maribo. The service was welcoming and although the menu was fairly minimal the steaks are outstanding. I loved that you could choose from a range of 3 sizes 150 grams upwards and different sauces to go with it. All perfectly cooked and served with the freshest of vegetables. All in all very delicious. I would highly recommend this restaurant for both price and quality. They really deserve to do well.
4 based on 32 reviews
When in Lolland be sure to visit this gigantic farm with lots of home made, organic products for sale.
Goat cheeses, ordinary cow milk based cheeses, lamb sausages, minced lamb, home baked cakes, home brewed wine, apple cider, jams, spices, herbs, vegetables and more!
Check online as you can book a tour of the farm (kr.40,- per person) including taste samples of their products.
Although their products are somewhat costly, I chose to look at it as supporting the local enterprises.
5 based on 65 reviews
At the harbour in Nysted, Lolland, is our restaurant. Decorated with personality and new and old things. We have seats inside and outside and can serve you in all kind of weather. Our food is honest and homemade and the ingredients is mainly local. The wines is carefully chosen and we are happy to guide you to pick the best wine for your food. We look forward to see you and let you taste our love for great food and wine.
Without question one of the loveliest places we have ever been. The food is absolutely stunning, simple but exquisitely executed. The location is beautiful on the harbour of this gorgeous little town. The sunset comes through into the dining room and lights up the whitewashed...MoreHi Arabelle Thank you so so much for your kind words. We enjoyed having you both as guests and hope to see you back again in near future. Best Søren and Lea
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