There’s a café inside the castle grounds but also a small kiosk before the entrance.
After visiting the castle and after walking around it we stopped at the kiosk, it was very relaxing, a family in front of us were just watching the swans and we were enjoying our coffee and a cold beer (and resting our feet of course, it’s amazing how tiring can be walking in a castle or a museum).
They serve sandwiches for 50DKK, hot dogs for 25DKK, muffin for 25DKK, coffee/tea/cacao for 23DKK, soft drinks for 20-25DKK
Having worked up an appetite walking the city our hunger quickly set it. The Flutebaren caught our eye as being a quick fix to this problem, and our nose thankfully agreed that it smelled like a good option too.
The small restaurant is more of just a sandwich shop. There are a couple tables inside or if the weather is nice, there are a couple tables out on the street too.
Favorite Dish: The flutes, or long bagette-like bread, are made to order with several options. There are chicken, ham, lox, vegetarian, etc. The sandwiches come with full toppings of vegetables and a deliciously cream sauce.
We were not looking for much, but were pleasantly surprised by the tasty stop and the cheaper price. With drink included, you are looking at about $10 per person.
Actualy this is first restaurant near to the castle. If you are hungry and love thai food or chiken you can visit it. There is a large free parking.
Favorite Dish: Launch menu - 4 different dishes with a beer - 80 Kr.
The best part of eating by the beach at Villa Molkte was that it had a view of Kronberg Castle. Anyway, this is what we bought :
1)dark rye bread (Sigtebrød )
2)Smoked Herring ( Roget Sild)
6)Beer! Beer! Beer!
What should you do if you have the same appetite as Fat Bastard but on a tight budget? Why, shop at the local supermarket of course and pig out at a scenic spot. Liz and I did just that, we bought lots of delicious ingredients for a Smørrebrød ( open faced sandwich ) and lots of beer and proceeded to eat our dinner by the private strip of beach at our hostel, Villa Molkte.
We have a lot of pictures of us sitting in restaurants when we travel. After our meal its time to grab out hats and ask the waiter or waitress for a picture. Here we are inside Cafe Olai after a meal. The tables were small and close together. It was impossible not to join in with the locals and have a great time.
There are many small restaurants along the streets and squares in Helsingor. We found one near St. Olai's church a few blocks from the train station. The restaurant was small inside but very crowded with local people. We were the only tourist present. We were made very welcome and became part of the crowd easily. The food was excellant and the staff could not have been nicer.
The Restaurant Ofelia is housed in the Hotel Hamlet with a rustic, classical and cozy atmosphere. Meals are homely and the waiters are very pleasant. The rooms are candlelit and have pretty pictures on display.
Favorite Dish: The smorrebrod (traditional danish open sandwishes)
Very good foods and good service. They have Thai food and also Italian food
Favorite Dish: We wanted mix dish, it was good.
They have meals where you can choose: turkey, beef or chicken and potatoes. Great taste, enough quantity (you can choose small or big steak) and good value: 54,75 Dk.