Three colleagues and I had booked a table here for lunch during a conference at the attached Bella Center. Good thing we did: there are very few restaurants in the area of the huge conference center; and, everyone is scrambling for a table, especially at lunch. The food was good and the service was both friendly and quick: important at lunchtime. The prices are high (where are they not in Copenhagen?) and the menu somewhat limited. Though the view from the 23rd floor is panoramic, the surrounding geography is about as interesting as the vast agricultural central plains of the United States: flat as a pancake and not a tree to be seen. The building that it's in, the Bella Sky Hotel as one of the weirdest bits of architecture I've even seen
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