This lovely little restaurant is tucked away on the outskirts of the city centre on a corner and is really atmospheric. The food is great and really pretty reasonable considering the quality of ingredients and skills involved - and the fact it's in pricey Copenhagen.
For a starter, I had apple-celery soup with tortellini stuffed with goat's cheese - it was delicious, although I made the faux pas of starting before the waiter had brought the actual soup part of the dish - the cubed apple and celery and tortellini arrives presented in a bowl and the waiter comes back with a little teapot of broth which he then adds to it (though I can confirm the cubed celery and apple taste fantastic on their own!)
For main I had beef with stuffed leek, potato pie and red wine sauce. Most of the dish was delicious but the stuffed leek is a bit odd - rather than being stuffed, it's more like the leek is encased in a kind of sausagemeat with a coating of some kind of herb powder. It didn't really add anything to the dish except bewilderment - the rest of it was really tasty though.
For dessert I had the caramelised plum cake with cognac and nougat ice cream. The cake was lovely and played well against the tartness of the plums on the plate. The nougat ice cream was also yummy, but tasted more like chocolate ice cream than nougat. It still all worked on the plate though.
At less than £50 a head (including two glasses of wine) it really is very reasonable for what is really great food in a lovely atmosphere cooked by a chef with a lot of skill.
I'd definitely return if I'm ever in Copenhagen again.
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