A wonderful Sunday brunch served by very friendly people who clearly care as much about good service as they do good food. Even well received by our 5 and 2 year old children. My only regret is we visited on our last day in Denmark.
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While she works really hard in the kitchen, producing very tasty, pleasingly attractive dishes he works the tables in an efficient and friendly manner. All credit to them (sorry, no names known) and their hard endeavours.
We had the course of the day. It is average. The mussels and fish overcooked and placed in too much tomato sauce/soup. The small appetizers were very nice. In all fairness, the normal menu seemed nice which we might go back and taste.
This is not an Italian restaurant but an authentic Danish one. The staff know their 'onions' and their wines. The menu is limited to what is available fresh and I find that is a good sign. We were not disappointed.
Very well prepared, with interesting different tastes, and a regular changing menu. Charming interior in the rstaurant. The garden is a perfect place for summer lunches, serving both more traditional dishes as well as some with a bit more "new cuisine" .
somewhat special preparation of the my fish, a flounder, breaded in rye flour, but very tasty, and good food accessories, potatoes aso. served an Alsace glass of wine, if I didn't liked it, I could have another one, that's service """
A pefrefect backyard, sunny and pitoresque. Great sole, good service, and nice price. A quiet spot, wth local customers
Lovely outdoor dining on a hot evening. Good service, pleasant people and well prepared food. This was not a gourmet experience, but simple good food from a menu that offered a variety of choices but not an expansive list. Would find this place again when...More