Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Aarhus. Jutland's cultural heart, Århus is an exuberant university town with a perfectly preserved old town and a recreated historic village, Den Gamle By. The top draw is the Moesgard Museum of Prehistory, showcasing exhibits from the Stone Age to Viking days and home to the city's most famous citizen, the 2000-year-old Grauballe Man. It's a lively spot, teeming with cafes, restaurants, clubs and cinemas. Denmark's second-largest city perches on Jutland's eastern coast amid beaches and woodland.
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4 based on 575 reviews
I was introduced to this restaurant by a friend living in Aarhus. The food was varied well served and excellent. The wine was also very good and reasonably priced. the service was excellent, professional and friendly. The acoustics were perfect and we could enjoy normal conversation in a very cozy atmosphere. Absolutely to be recommended. Will also visit it again.
4 based on 101 reviews
I den hyggelige gamle lystbadehavn i Aarhus finder du VinDanmark. VinDanmark er en helt sÃ¦rlig vinhandel, hvor du bade kan kÃ¸be vin med hjem samt blive hÃ¦ngende og nyde god vin og tapas i deres stemingsfyldte lokaler. Den hyggelige havn VinDanmark har en
I can see most people would just sample the wine and have some other drinks to chill out, on the already chilly afternoon, well its autumn. Anyway, me and my friends sample out the foods, which is the Tapas. I would recommend people to try wine and the foods too. I love the Tapas.... especially that super spicy salami on the plate....hurrah!!!!! Fantastisk!!!
4 based on 83 reviews
Minimalistic - but not cold or unwelcoming - interiour. Few guests this normal weekday evening. Morena Mia started as a tapas place but have recently morphed into a regular Spanish restaurant with just two menus; either 100 % Spanish or fusion. We opted for Spanish. We started with an appetizer: small pieces of octopus and tuna carpaccio placed on plastic wrap that was strapped over a bowl making the otherwise tasty appetizer a bit hard to eat. The first dish was vegetarian with different garden vegetables and bread. On the side was a small tube of machego cheese cream and a small spray bottle with orange/liquorice water. A fun gimmick but unfortunately without any point as the orange was hard to find, and the liquorice wasn't there either. Second dish was soup with chicken. A nice dish - probably the best of the evening. Third dish was fried dorade with rice with tomato and saffron cream. Good taste. Last dish was fried pig with pea purÃ©. The meat was very tender, albeit a bit dry, and I was missing something more on the side. We had wine from Toro in the glass - a tempranillo. Not bad, nothing special, but for 100 DKR/glass I thought it was a bit expensive for what it was. Service was polite and attentive. With Morena Mia, Aarhus has finally got a real Spanish restaurant which suits the city as well as NÃ¸rregade.
4 based on 85 reviews
F&B is a colorful little restaurant / cafe / bar, where guests and staff are close to each other. We serve Spanish-inspired tapas dishes, which corresponds to small dishes, and we therefore recommend 1-2 dishes per person. The food is also good to share,
Popped in from the street to have a bite to eat. Never heard of the place before, and basically just needed a light lunch between meetings. I felt comfortable and at home from the very first moment. Friendly people ( proprietors, I think ), a blackboard menu boasting a dozen different tapas and fish&chips. Actually it all kooked good, but as already mentioned, I wasn't in for a big meal, so I went for the serving of three different bruchettas with three different cheeses. It was a full meal, and probably the best bruchettas I've ever had outside of Italy and Spain. If I'm in the area again sometime, I'll most certainly make sure it's around lunchtime...
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