Lumskebugten - the Treacherous Bay - offers traditional Danish cuisine, including an extensive selection of fresh seafood. The restaurant is decorated with paintings of seafaring men and ship models. From the beginning of the 1900s, this place was the talk of town. Fresh French frog's legs were flown in, and Russian Czar Nicolai II often graced the restaurant with a royal visit.
Kitchen: Traditional Danish and Modern Nordic
ØL & BRØD
Øl & Brød is dedicated to serving the traditional Danish open sandwiches, the “smørrebrød”, with a modern touch: Using new ingredients and new techniques, while preserving the characteristic flavours of this national dish.
Øl & Brød offers beer pairings to all dishes. The restaurant offers a large selection of aquavit and schnapps to complete the Danish dining experience.
Kitchen: Traditional Danish
Consistently rated among the top restaurants in Denmark, Alberto K at the Royal boasts an impeccable menu and outstanding views of Copenhagen. The gourmet restaurant offers a light, modern menu based on seasonal Danish produce. Alberto K also features a sleek design inspired by renowned hotel architect Arne Jacobsen.
A traditional New Nordic restaurant, split over two floors with space for up to 100 diners. There’s no interior decoration as such. It is the raw wooden furniture, the walls finished in a myriad of calming greys and the specially commissioned tableware that play the leading role. Whether it is summer or winter, Höst offers a fixed three-course menu.
Kitchen: Modern Nordic
MASH – Modern American Steak House offers something completely new – a sophisticated modern american steakhouse with a twist of danish informal eating and drinking. The idea is to deliver an authentic steak dinner with lots of flavour served in very nice designed surroundings.
Kitchen: Steak House
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