Had a divine 5 dish tasting menu here on Friday, March 8th. From scallops via lump fish and beets to super slow cooked beef, the starters and mains were unbelievably tasty and with that rustic look that Scandinavian cuisine has become so famous for.
We opted for the wine pairing, and were treated to an oenophilic trip through relatively undiscovered European wine regions. Although not inexpensive, the wine servings were large, and we were left with several glasses at the end of the meal. Had there been an option of a smaller wine serving, I would have chosen it.
Service was attentive, polite and friendly enough to be comfortable, yet not intrusive. As we were there on a Friday night, the restaurant was fully booked and busy. This did not in any way detract from the service, though it did mean that the noise level was rather high.
The restaurant itself is 'hyggelig' ('cosy') and informal, with small tables and chairs relatively close together. The food really takes centre stage, in a relaxed and laid-back attitude.
Compared to fine dining restaurants around the world, Restaurant Radio provides very good value for money. I would recommend it very highly, and hope to go back again soon.
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