Went into this restaurant with some mixed feelings as a friend from Copenhagen described this as even better than Noma, but Tripadvisor placing it outside of the top50. We decided to go there on the basis of a tip from a friend and the fact the restaurant posseses a Michelin star.
First impression of the place is classy. Nothing to fancy, but classy nonetheless. You don't feel like you walked in into a freshly opened restaurant that wants to look more than it actually is.
The service was impressive! The waiter was extremely kind. Sure, thats his job. But he knew everything about the wines and the food. Sure thats his job too. But he did all that with a smile on his face as if it gave him pleasure to serve us. Now that is a big rarity in Copenhagen and made the already delicious and great food even better.
The food itself was as already mentioned delicious. We walked into the restaurant with an idea on what to expect and the food exceeded our expectations by far. Note that this is not a place where you go to get stuffed. This is a place where you enjoy some culinary masterpieces in an intimate atmosphere with some nice company (well, the last one is up to you).
Depending on what menu you chose the servings vary. We went for a dinner and had "stuzzichino" that was simple but delicious. Two rounds of appetizers (one with more focus on the sea and the other on meat). Two rounds of "primo" - which was two different types of pasta. One of them was probably close to the best dishes I have ever had. Main course was quail prepared in three ways. The missus had a dessert while I had a plate of cheeses and both were perfect in terms of matching the whole experience.
We were expecting that we'll pay a considerable amount of money for the dinner, however it was even a bit cheaper than we had imagined when we chose the location. As said, you don't go to Era Ora hoping you will snatch a good deal. You go to spoil your buds and to be treated like a valued guest. It is not somewhere where you would go every week or so, but for some special occasions, or just to maybe spoil yourself with some culinary wonders it is the perfect spot in Copenhagen.
And BTW, they are very flexible with arranging menus. When I called for reservation, they asked me several questions in terms of allergies and food preferences. Religion or vegetarianism should not be a problem, just call first.
HIGHLY reccomended and I will definitely return soon!
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