Copenhagen's two-starred Michelin Restaurant A-O-C recently opened a sibling on the top floor of one of the city's latest architectural landmarks, Axel Towers. Whether you go for the restaurant part, the place's cocktail bar, or the meeting rooms, expect some of the best views in town.
Foodies around the world will recognise this nordic-looking restaurant space in Copenhagen's Christianshavn area. Formerly home to Noma, the famous four-times world's best restaurant, the newly opened Barr is cheaper, but maintains a strong focus on high quality Nordic cooking - with less experimenting at the stoves though.
Smørrebrød heavyweight champion Adam Aamann opened the doors to his much-awaited fourth restaurant, Aamann's 1921 in the city centre this August.
Vegetables are the stars of the show at Tivoli Garden's new cozy food temple, Gemyse. Get your dose of perfectly cooked vegetables from morning to evening and expect innovative flavour combinations, crisp textures, edible flowers and herbs from their own garden.
Right from the beginning, critics in Copenhagen have been impressed by Format located inside the newly renovated Hotel Skt. Annæ. The team behind has already shown their potential with renowned Formel b - one of Copenhagen's 15 Michelin-starred restaurants.
Forget everything about cutlery, reservations, table-side waiters and white tablecloths. This seafood joint is super informal, unpretentious and very Nørrebro-chic. After some successful years with their food truck at the Meatpacking District Food and Market, the three owners behind Hooked now serve their delicious fish and chips, lobster rolls, fish burgers and more over the counter from their restaurant in the buzzing Nørrebrogade.
Functioning as both an acclaimed fine dining restaurant and relaxed vino haven, Restaurant Nærvær offers something for every budget and occasion. The cool interior designed by Danish Norm Architects and the sun-clad patio with perfect vistas of Nyhavn make you want to move right in.