Discover Restaurants offering the best Contemporary food in Malling, Odder, including Malling Kro - restaurant, Moef, St. Pauls Apothek, Restaurant GAST, Restaurant Pondus
4 based on 143 reviews
Remarkable evening with exciting creations from the hugely talented chef. Malling Kro has a unique winecellar, and the owner is generous with the bottles, his professional approach and the wine in the glasses.The service is attentive, rewarding and comfortable - you just want to stay ...
4 based on 110 reviews
We went for the menu with wine and appetizer. The portions were well sized and gennerally quite rich, so we felt full when leaving.As I am allergic to some foods, MÃ¸f exhanged the parts I am allergic to without hazzle.All servings were good, but the zuchinni with goat cheese were really great in its own simple way.The place is small, but the acustic are good, so you were still able to talk and hear what is being said.
4 based on 138 reviews
St. Pauls Apothek is a restaurant wich main focus is pairing danish food with cocktails from all over the world....
Visited this restaurant on recommandation from staff at the Moesgaard Museum, and can't say I was disappointed. Orderer the 3 courses with cocktails aside. The menu had a great composition, and the balance with the cocktails was just perfect. Really good, attentive service and cool vibe. Will go back when in Aarhus again.
4 based on 213 reviews
When visiting restaurant GÃST you will experience Italian-Nordic cuisine, local seasonal produce, and a sustainable approach to both food and people. We serve creatively prepared dishes, where traditional Italian flavors meet modern Nordic thoughts.
Stayed at the hotel and I had looked forward to the resturant's offer of "old Italian food traditions meeting the best of modern Nordic cuisine" - but was disappointed.The resturant advertises that "The pasta is homemade, the ingredients local and the craftsmanship is completed." The pasta might be homemade - but the cook apparently does not know how to cook pasta - nobody wants to eat pasta that is not near to being al dente. The pasta in "Cacio e Pepe" MUST be prefect prepared.The desert was well-composed - but again the cooking was not quite in the top - rabaraber gele had a weird consistency - and the caramel was not present?The staff appeared unattended but professional. However, it was difficult to handle an bill noted to the room.All in all an average experience.
4 based on 139 reviews
Set by the narrow city centre canal, this little sister to Substans is a small, rustic bistro with a friendly vibe and a stripped back style. The blackboard menu offers great value, flavoursome cooking which uses organic Danish produce. Dishes are bright
We pre booked and ordered the daily menu which was good for 325dkk however there is an ala carte menu also. We had a delicious salmon is full broth, sourdough warm bread and butter on the side, pork with squash is a delicious meaty gravy for main and danish beer cake and ice cream for desert. I think the cake was slightly overcooked with it being slightly hard, though it tasted lovely. Overall the service was excellent, the atmosphere cosy and the food really tasty. The Norrebro Brown ale was the best beer of the weekend.
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