Just enjoyed another great dinner at David's Bistro. Great wine, excellent food - what's not to like!? Cosy and romantic, full value for money.
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We went in a group of 4 and had a wonderful meal. The service and atmosphere were also superb, our waiter suggesting and letting us try several wines before we decided, which was helpful and we found a delicious wine. The food is very French...More
The waiter was OK, but with a slight attitude -- somewhat typical french :) The food was good but nothing spectacular.
Ate here with my father on a week day and had a really good meal. There was no surprises or anything extra ordinary about it, but the taste and quality was great. The waiter was not the most forthcoming or warm person, but did deliver...More
We loved David's Bistro. Packed neighborhood restaurant on a Friday night. I am glad that I made a reservation. David emailed me ahead of time as I have gluten / corn / mustard / dairy issues here in the US. The chef wanted to make...More
Friendly staff, cosy atmosphere, decent wine list - so far, so good. The small menu gave us hope that the produce on offer would be high quailty, fresh and well prepared. Sadly not the case. Service was patchy, amateurish, if well-meaning - they forgot our...More
On the recommendation of the landlord whose place we were renting, I stopped here for dinner one night during my recent trip to Copenhagen for a conference. I got the veal with vegetables and potatoes and was simply in heaven. Melt in your mouth veal,...More
A fantastic, cozy little restaurant on a side street in the heart of Oesterbro. My gf and I tried the set menu last night. Entrée of salmon with capers, lettuce and small cubed apples. The main was sour pork neck with cubed potato, carrot and...More
Friday night, sat at bar with view to the kitchen, not overly crowded, good service, nice wine list also by the glas. Food was excellent, best entrecôte I've had in a long time, tender and well prepared. Atmosphere is closer to Paris than Paris itself!!...More
I did not know what to expect from Davids Bistro before my visit as I am not very familiar with Danish cuisine, whether traditional or this "new wave", which I have heard of recently. Moreover, I was in Copenhagen only for a few days and...More