Stopped in for lunch. They had a choice of three smorrebrod on the menu - each included a beer and a snap. The place did not feel at all touristy. The waitress was genuinely friendly and helpful. We asked about gluten free options and they...More
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Limited choice, only 3 choices for lunch. Some waiting time. But well prepared, a lot to eat and not expensive. service is friendly
We stumbled upon this little gem after a visit to Hamlet's castle (Kronborg) on an excursion out of Copenhagen. We had been wanting to try the famous Danish smørrebrød since arriving, but had found the prices in Copenhagen itself extremely high! This place was absolutely...More
We had our first Danish lunch at Cafe Hyacinth and it exceeded our expectations. The menu consisted of your choice of 3 different open-faced sandwich "slider" options from the following: smoked salmon, roast beef, shrimp or fried fish. Each was a unique bundle of flavors...More
Fantastic nice staff and for sure its value for money 3 smörrebröd 1 beer and 1 snaps for 99 DKK but taste wise it was nothing spectacular , no butter on smörrebröden very strange... but you get what you pay for..
I walked in right before the lunch rush on a busy Saturday afternoon. There was one not-so-great table left but the all-local crowd encouraged me to stay. There are only two menu options (that I could tell), each with a selection of three different smorrebrod....More
Busy little café offering he famous Smorrebrod and other dishes. Lively place with fast service, visited by locals too. Located on a pedestrian street in the middle of the city. Wifi available.
Very surprisingly named for Patricia Routledge's arch-snob, Hyacinth Bucket, this cafe is anything but pretentious. Instead, it presents a range of 3 open sandwich menus each day, specialising in the local seafood and washed down with the products of the local microbrewery and, of course...More