My daughter and I spent an enjoyable evening here, where we took advantage of a special offer on their four-course dinner. I chose the wine menu, which turned out to be a wise, but expensive choice. We shared a carafe of sparkling water, which was very expensive (DKK 80 for less than a liter).
The starter was a small, delicate dish of hake with Jerusalem artichoke, chorizo and browned butter, accompanied by a glass of full-bodied Chardonnay from Napa Valley. A pleasant start.
The beef tartar with berries and herb mayonnaise that followed was an amazing creation. The berries and strong herbs offered a pungent contrast to the sweetness of the fresh raw meat. A fruity rosé from Languedoc was an excellent match. And this is when I found out that the waiter kept the wine coming; unusual in Copenhagen.
The skirt steak with red beets and leeks was delicious with the sharpness of preserved red beets and red beet foam. A strong, full-bodied Cote de Rhone matched perfectly.
A simple, gratifying combination of vanilla ice cream with hazelnuts, nut crumble and fresh blueberries provided a pleasant end to the meal. The dessert wine, Passito Colle del Re, Emilia Romagna 2005, was superb.
Great food, great wine and a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere make me want to go back soon. I better save up for the wine, though.
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