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We ate Sunday brunch here and found 2 set brunch options- one vegetarian and one not. We took the non-veg option and enjoyed good coffee, juice, yogurt with fruit and muesli, eggs scrambled with chunks of sausage and bacon, seriously good bread, chicken salad, a...More
We were visiting from Australia and ate and drank very well in Denmark but this was our favourite place. The atmosphere is inviting and friendly and the service was very special. We enjoyed all our dishes and particularly loved desserts and snaps - I think...More
We were visiting Aarhus from the UK and had dinner at Langhoff og Juul on a Friday evening. The food was delicious, the staff were friendly, knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. The restaurant has a nice relaxed atmosphere and we didn’t feel under-dressed in jeans....More
Family visit early evening, the place was quiet, food excellent and tasty, with nice accompanying wines.
Food was well presented, with explanations each course of what we were about to eat.
Lovely, would visit again for a special occasion, it was however quite expensive
The restaurant creates a relaxed atmosphere with quaint Danis furnishing. The dishes I tried (Danish shrimp with quail egg etc and Cod) were very good and beautifully arranged. The wine arrangement went very well (but as usual in Denmark is on the overprized side). Excellent...More
I visited Langhoff og Juul some months ago. And the tatar I was served is the best tatar I have had in a long time, if not ever.
In addition, the service was welcoming and the interior looked grated. The only negative tinge that I...More
I visited this restaurant on the recommendation of the Sunday Times who said it was a folksy fine diner. We are not disappointed and had one of our best informal lunches in Denmark.
Lovely food and friendly staff who went out of their way to...More
We last visited in Dec 2016 and were somewhat underwhelmed. However last night's meal was good with tasty interesting food and good service. The Sancerre was excellent. The chef/patron can be a little overbearing insisting on describing the provenance of every item whereas we just...More
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There were children at other tables when we went to this restaurant and the atmosphere is very relaxed so if your children are prepared to try new food they’ll be absolutely fine but I don’t know whether there is a separate... More
There were children at other tables when we went to this restaurant and the atmosphere is very relaxed so if your children are prepared to try new food they’ll be absolutely fine but I don’t know whether there is a separate children’s menu.
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