Readers beware. This funky little restaurant has a great concept. Pay 100 DK for one course, 150 DK for two courses and £200 DK for three courses. All sounds great doesn't it.
The restaurant was hip, funky and packed! I was really excited to be eating here and managed to get a table at short notice too.
As a non-meat eater, I thought the menu was difficult. I saw one veggie dish and 1 fish dish. There were more meaty alternatives of course. So, I chose the cod and the waiting staff said they can rework the dish without the cassoulet that had garlic in it. Instead I would get the cod with a selection of veggies. Sounds great. Get cooking.
What was delivered was a piece of cod in a dish with a few moody looking pieces of cauliflower thrown on. Sorry, but not acceptable. Given I was paying reasonable DK for this meal.
My partner chose the steak which was cooked perfectly. One of the nicest steaks he had ever had he told me whilst i twiddled my fingers and waited...and waited for my dish to return. After quite some time, and indeed my partner had polished off his steak, my meal was delivered. I have to say it looked much improved. The flavours were OK and the dish had indeed been pimped with half a tomato, more cauliflower and a piece of parsnip. Oh and some greenery on top. Full marks for the staff who checked back to see if I was happy. By this time I could have eaten my shoes and been happy, and tipped! The dinner ended well with creme brulee which was lovely and as good as any I have had.
I saw two young girls order the house burger which was presented in a styrofoam container with a pack of British crips on the side. A quirky idea hitting their target market perfectly.
Perhaps I had just been unlucky, as I can tell you the restaurant was brimming with diners all happy and content. Although I think there may be better in Copenhagen. Until the next time...
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.