Once again, a perfect welcome. Friday night and it's busy, but the atmosphere is alive with conversation and enjoyment. Once again, the menus became redundant when we heard what the degustazioni menu was.. Monkfish, then guinea fowl, followed by a light ravioli with delicious fresh tomato, rack of lamb or veal medallions, a pre-desert of sambucco sorbet, then a delightful cheese cake with fresh raspberries and strawberries.
Every time we come here they impress us with the presentation and delight of the food. The service is timely without being intrusive; attentive and polite.
Remains for us the best restaurant in the Copenhagen area.
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