This summer has been good in Copenhagen weatherwise, and this café is well-located, a 10-15 min. walk from central Copenhagen and with practically no traffic noise. On a warm summer evening you can sit outside with a view over one of the lakes and enjoy your lunch or dinner. We went there in the evening. The menu card appeared to offer the standard selections for a café, so we decided to try both from the main course menu and from the tapas selection: beef fillet and tapas. The Beef filet (served with rosemary-fried petit potatoes (couldn't taste the rosemary), fresh salad with herbs and balsamic dressing and herb butter) was average, not medium as requested though. The rest of the dish was a bit bland. The tapas plate (smoked salmon with dill dressing, turkey, chorizo, olive tapanade, mozzarella, gorgonzola, humus and pesto.) passed the test - no more, no less. Attentive waiters and quick service.
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