My wife and I ate at Skindebunksen after a long day touring Copenhagen. It was billed as a Danish restaurant. In reality, it’s a bar that serves food. It’s pretty rustic but the staff was friendly and spoke English. The menu has a variety of meat and seafood dishes. My wife had fish and chips that she enjoyed. I had what was called fisherman’s stew, which I thought would be some type of soup. It was actually potatoes that contained some meat and vegetables without much flavor. Since we had been hot all day, this really didn’t work for me. We didn’t stay for desert. Given our mindset (hot and tired), I don’t want to be too negative, but we probably wouldn’t eat here again.
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