Christmas lunch in Denmark is traditionally enjoyed at home with the family on the 25th or 26th December. It consists of an enormous gastronomic cold table orgy, which starts in the afternoon and often continues until late at night. At the very least lunch can be expected to last seven hours.
Excellent food at reasonable prices. That is the dream behind Madklubben, which runs 9 otherwise very different restaurants in and around Copenhagen. The concept is quite simple. You choose one, two, three or four courses from the menu and pay a fixed price, which we promise will not blow your budget. You can always choose to supplement the menu with something extra, and wine menus are available too.
The concept is simple. Cofoco is an acronym for Copenhagen Food Consulting, and as these three words indicate, the goal from day one has been to point the guests in the right direction and help them find their way to a good meal. In addition, Cofoco wants their customers to feel like they are getting twice as much for half the price.
Join the Copenhageners who after a long winter and spend the summer enjoying all the city's activities, events and festivals on the streets, squares, museums and parks all over the city.
Since 1955, the Michelin guide has highlighted restaurants offering exceptional food offered at reasonable prices - the price is called Bib Gourmand. In Guide Michelin Nordic 2017, 10 restaurants in Copenhagen were awarded a Bib Gourmand, so if you want to go out and eat great food at affordable prices, we have listed the restaurants for you. Bon Appetite!
Some restaurants in Copenhagen take a well-deserved day off on Sundays. Therefore, it is a good idea to check if the restaurant of your choice is open Sunday night, before you head down there with an empty stomach. To save you the time, we have hand-picked some of our favourite restaurants in Copenhagen, where the food is good, and the price level is reasonable, and best of all, the door is always open, even on Sundays.
In Copenhagen, you will find lots of Asian restaurants around the city. Try the Michelin-starred restaurant Kiin Kiin, the popular Vietnamese restaurant LêLê or experience the original Peranaken kitchen and Singapore's street kitchens - just indoors and in Vesterbro at Restaurant Nam Nam.
1. Because of the bikes
Daily, one-third of the inhabitants of Copenhagen ride a bicycle to work or school. Experience the city on one of the rentable bikes, from a rickshaw taxi, or on a guided bike tour.
Whether you want to dance till the sun comes up or just have a beer or a cocktail with your friends, Copenhagen has something to offer for everyone. From colourful discos to laid back bars and cool clubs. If you are hungry at night, do not despair. There are some great options in the city that we have listed for you.
The infamous red light district and former working-class area of Copenhagen is actually one of the most fashionable places in Copenhagen - not just to live - but to shop, eat, drink and have a great night out. Vesterbro, situated next to the Central Station, made no.
The concept of wine bars is a hit in Copenhagen. You can taste the whole world in a broad selection of fine whites and reds. Feel the cool and local atmosphere at Falernum or try the trendy hangout Malbeck Wine Bar.
Watching a game and enjoying a beer or two is not a bad combination. This is exactly what several bars in Copenhagen offer you, whether you want to watch soccer, NFL, rugby, golf or other games - or just play a game of pool.
Music is what makes Copenhagen go around, and the city is home to Vega, one of the best music venues in Europe. You will also find venues for classical music, jazz, blues, electro, house and world music. The choices are almost endless. Click on one of the concert venues below for a link to that specific venue's concert calendar.