Soze kaffebar is by far the best coffee shop in Faaborg and serves high quality coffee aswell as high quality tea.
The place is tiny, but has outdoor seating too and it´s a quite lively place with a very cheerful owner who likes to play funk and jazz.
The place is mostly frequented by Faaborgs arty people, both young and old and the place has a bit of a bohemian atmosphere.
Tha cafe also has a little selection of sandwiches and other snacks and it has some of the best free wifi in Faaborg so the place is also quite popular with those who work from their laptops.
Favorite Dish: I´m a cafe latte drinker and do a very good latte at Soze.
Faaborg has a turkish take away too.
This is one of the best i have tried in Denmark though and the durum rolls they make there are brilliant.
Way above what you get in most copenhagen places for instance.
This is mainly because they bake the bread on the spot for you and that just gives the rolls a much better taste.
Favorite Dish: They do fantastic durum rolls with fresh bread right out of the oven.
Det hvide pakhus is one of the nicest restaurants in town.
It serves well prepared food and also has a good selection of wine and danish micro brews.
I would consider most of the food quite local but there is quite a french touch to it too.
It´s not the cheapest place to eat, but well worth it if you wanna splurge for an evening or an afternoon while enjoying the view over the harbour.
Favorite Dish: They make excellent salmon and also very good rabbit.
This is a little cafe that specialises in smoked fish.
It's located right next to all the fishing boats and has a very authentic atmosphere.
The place has outdoor seating too and it's a really nice place to grab a bite while sightseeing.
This is kinda made like a fastfood place, but instead of deep fried fastfood you get smoked fish.
Favorite Dish: You haven't been to denmark if you haven't tried smoked eel.
This rstaurant serves quite high quality local food.
This is not the cheapest place in town, but a place where you will see that danish food is not always as boring as it seems when you eat in ordinary restaurants.
It´s very traditional and the interior is quite old fashioned in a charming way.
Favorite Dish: The fish dishes are highly recommended.
It's a fishing town and the fish comes straight from the boats to the restaurant.
Det blå ishus is a little ice cream bar with a great vareity of ice creams and the place has a couple of tables outside on the square where you can sit and enjoy it too.
they also sell coffee and juices too.
It´s located in a cute little blue house right on the main square in Faaborg.
The place is run by a very friendly danish/spanish couple who spend half the years in Gran Canaria selling flowers and the other half of the year selling ice cream in Faaborg, so the place is multi lingual and you should´t have a problem being understood.
I haven't tried the fanciest Italian restaurants in Copenhagen (and usually eat Danish food on holiday there) but this is definately the best Italian restaurant I have experienced in Denmark so far. By the time I realised I needed a VT photo, I had already tucked in so excuse that ;) but I had this great carpaccio and then a gorgonzola pasta with just the right amount of sauce and a most generous cheeze flavour. Great house wine too. The staff was not the fastest on a busy Saturday night, but clocked on enough to ask if our daughter wanted her food whilst we got our starter. The only thing that brings down the VT grading is that it is unfortunately a very smoky locale. We started off sitting in a less smoky place or we wouldn't have gone in. However, once back at the hostel, we could smell the smoke in our clothes.
Favorite Dish: Carpaccio
Haestrup's is Fåborg's version of the youthful and trendy, yet relaxed place where people meet to study the world. The sort of place where the rest rooms are decorated with posters of cultural events. Perfectly placed by the main square, with windows to open fully during warm and sunny days, this is the place to stop. Simple meals are served here but you can also come for the strong, local Funen beer which is otherwise hard to come by.