Located in an old navy building, the restaurant certainly boasts character, though it is a bit off the beaten track inless you are visiting the opera, and we only found it on recommendation. Thursday evening and there were plenty of customers so booking is probably wise any time. The staff showed interest in us which is always a good start. We all took the three course menu at dkk325, imaginative creations that benefited from the chef's explanation, but none the worse for that. In appearance they were small but at the end we were all full, so apparently the size was well considered. A very pleasant Chianti was the housewine at dkk325 which seemed reasonable (there were some considerably more expensive bottles on the list if you are more demanding). Trying to think of faults but unable to come up with any.
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