Reviews on Scandinavian food in Broendby, Zealand, Denmark. Brøndby Kommune (Danish: [ˈbʁɶnby]), a municipality (Danish: kommune) in the former Copenhagen County (now Region Hovedstaden), is on the east coast of the island of Zealand (Sjælland) in eastern Denmark. The municipality covers an area of 20.85 km (8.05 sq mi), and has a total population of 35,322 (2016). Its mayor Kent Max Magelund, a member of the Social Democrats (Socialdemokraterne) political party.
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5 based on 1341 reviews
The rave reviews do not lie. Our evening reminded me more of an intimate comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe than a restaurant meal. The two owners/chefs/front of house staff are clearly focused on making sure you have a great time. And we did. The tasting menu is whatever you want as long as you all have it, which is nice. We had a four-course tasting menu, which was basically everything on the menu minus a couple of things we didn't fancy, with their recommended fish dish.First highlight was Jerusalem artichoke soup. Mats (? sorry didn't catch the names) took time to explain all the steps involved in its creation - from the artichoke mines of western Bolivia to the flash-frying, slow-roasting and oak-smoking, the infusion of grand cru sancerre and then the six-week slow reduction (memory is sketchy - I may have made some of that up) I felt positively guilty consigning it to my stomach. Whatever; the end result was the best soup I had ever tasted.If I were to be ultra-picky, the fish courses didn't blow me away and a choice of three white-fish dishes on a menu of six things is perhaps a little samey. But then I'm not a huge fish fan. The venison tart thingy was delicious.And then the cheeseboard - an experience I will never forget. No less than 17 Danish cheeses, ranging from relatively benign gruyere-like nutty hard cheeses to a weapons-grade blue that will give you a face like a puppy chewing a wasp. Mats(?) insisted I had to have the dessert wine with it, even though I hate dessert wine with a passion, so he poured me one anyway and didn't charge for it, which was nice. He was right.Was not expecting the evening to be cheap but it turned out to be about the same price as our one-course dinner the previous night. And a million times better. And I learned stuff, like a Jerusalem artichoke is not an artichoke and has nothing to do with Jerusalem, that Danish cheese is a thing, and that you can get a reasonably-priced high-end meal in Copenhagen. Could not recommend more.
4 based on 568 reviews
Went for the brunch, but we're were late(all our fault), so had the lunch instead. Chicken salad and avocado sandwich were delicious. Very fresh, wholesome dishes. I would order two sandwiches( which is suggested on the menu) as 1 sandwich isn't enough,plus they are very good, so definitely have two.Place was buzzing the time we were there, and staff were really friendly and helpful.Do try get there for the brunch,lots of people around us had it and it looked great. If you miss it, lunch isn't a bad 2nd prize
4 based on 278 reviews
in a jazz bar, La Fontaine and the barman suggested we eat in Pony for a special treat. Ordered the Pony Kick set menu.All 4 courses were outstanding. The chef that cooks your plate brings it to serve it to you. The bread was piping warm and came with whipped butter. Amazing. The staff were really lovely. Nigel and Grainne
4 based on 173 reviews
Arti'kok is a stylish restaurant serving gourmet dishes at very palatable prices. The refreshingly simple menu is classically French inspired - the choice consists of three starters, three main courses, cheese and two desserts, but for those who don't wan
A few years back I would always recommend to try Arti'kok if people wanted interesting food with a good wine list at affordable prices. It was a place with wonderful atmosphere, attentive waiters, and a good grasp of how to conjure up an intriguing menu as well as delectable wines suiting the various course perfectly.Not so any more.Now Arti'kok is taken over by new owners and they have decided to pull everything down to a lack-lustre unimpressive average. The food is still fairly good but the inspiration and sheer style of the previous owner is now a thing of the past. Wines are still fair and slightly lower priced, but the range is unimpressive and unimaginative.Where the restaurant is now firmly below anything outstanding is the close to cringe-inducing waiter staff. They are completely out of their depths, displaying a glaring lack of knowledge about food, ingredients, the menu, and especially the wine. This starts off as feeling comedic but quickly becomes so intolerable that you simply ask them to open the wine and leave your table.Still recommended for a lazy Tuesday but not for celebrating anything or having a cozy time with your significant other.
4 based on 613 reviews
Since 2003, we have been living our dream by being part of the absolute restaurant elite in Copenhagen. Our aim is to present a free restaurant - free from rules, dogmas and set menus. Organic products, animal welfare and sustainability are of great impor
Visited Formel B on a Thursday evening, full house however nice distance between the tables to have private talks without having the feeling anybody was listening in. Informal interior like old bistro style, dark wooden tables. Waiters are informal as well maybe a little too much when considering this is a Michelin restaurant. Food was excellent, started with Lumpfish roe, then Alaska king grabs (cold), white fish and then the Signature dessert Buckthorn with meringue. We got a Chablis wine and finished with coffee and Grappa. A nice evening and we will for sure be back!
4 based on 218 reviews
Bodil is named after the location at the corner of "Bodil Street" and "Southern Boulevard" and is the site for both local and those who would like to expand the restaurant horizon with a cozy Vesterbro eatery. We serve the dishes that we love - at prices
A small cozy restaurant in a quiet area about 15-20 min walk from the center of Copenhagen, this is a popular place so itâs advisable to book in advance. We had booked a special offer, which was a delicious 3-course menu at very good value. All three dishes were beautiful combinations and well explained by the chef.If youâre used to American size portions you might not feel that 3 courses are enough but maybe this was what they call a âsnack menuâ. We opted to add a cheese dish which was also very delicious but small.The restaurant has a nice ambience and the staff is knowledgeable and friendly.If you want to taste some the great Nordic kitchen and not pay a fortune I highly recommend to try this place.
4 based on 241 reviews
If I really want a good Danish meal, this is by far my favorite restaurant. I have tried to eat here for lunch and dinner - both are really good. I can recommend to eat here, and especially for lunch, because then I can order a lot of traditionel Danish dishes. Always remember to reserve a table before coming to the restaurant. It is almost impossible to walk in and get a table. The prices are really fair.- Simon
4 based on 122 reviews
Food is good but expensive. Not a big menu but good choices. Friendly waiters. And cozy place. Lotâs of different wines
4 based on 534 reviews
Frederiks Have is a cozy restaurant situated on a side street to Smallegade at Frederiksberg, a few minutes walk from either Frederiksberg or Fasanvej metro, and bus 9A. We pride ourselves with a relaxed, personal and professional service. The kitchen is
We selected this restaurant for our special meal on a city break and we made a great choice. Staff were all very friendly and efficient and helped us to understand some of the local dishes. Krappakaka was great as was the cooler(!) lobster bisque. The venison special was outstanding. Copenhagen is not cheap but this restaurant was really good value. Highly recommendedDear guest,Thank you very much for your kind words.It was a pleasure having you as guests.Your recommendation is highly appreciated, and we will do all we can to live up to this in the future.From Eva and all the crew
4 based on 260 reviews
Our restaurant, set in one of Copenhagenâs most beautiful royal gardens, is a curious and stylish cabaret of gourmet experiments, contemporary art and elaborate designs set to create a total experience. Design and art are fundamental ingredients in the ex
This is one of these CPH places where food is delicious - and pricy but worth it. The wine choice is excellent, and the staff is professional and relaxed. Top restaurant.
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