We were staying at the D'Angleterre and invited some friends for a meal in the restaurant. We were advised to order three of the 'A la Carte' dishes' in a sort of Danish version of tapas. The chef is clearly aiming for a Michelin star and the dishes were very fiddly and small without being particularly memorable. Two of us had a ''cream puff' for dessert which looked and tasted very similar to a walnut whip and was certainly not what we had expected and another member of the party had the liquorice ice cream which was scattered with greenery - flash frozen herbs apparently - that he said tasted very good. Service was slow and a little erratic and the bill was very large even by Copenhagen standards. Not somewhere I would rush back to.