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    M.: Small and Cozy

    by easterntrekker Written Jan 9, 2014

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    This is a tiny restaurant near the Riz Raz ...Seemed popular so we thought we'd give it a try.he food was good and the portions were generous . I had a chicken burger with baby roasted potatoes and Pat had a chicken pasta..very nice . Dinner with a couple of drinks was about $ 80.00

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    Le President Bistro: Location Location

    by easterntrekker Written Jan 9, 2014

    Le President Bistro
    We walked to Stroget St the first evening searching for a retaurant ....we eventually chose this one as there were at least there were a few people here eating . IT was pretty quiet on the Mon evening we visited. Service was fine , the salad was lovely ...large enough for two to share ...the steak was thin and tiny but for $ 20.00 you can't expect much in Copenhagen ...They have a nice outdoor patio ...too cold out for us though , even with the heaters.

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    Cafe Zirup: Cafe Zirup

    by antistar Updated Jun 1, 2013

    If you are looking to escape the cold, rainy, windswept streets in Copenhagen, there are rows of cozy, inviting bars waiting for your custom. A popular one on the Stroget is Cafe Zirup. It's a bit crowded, but it's the only way the can fit all the customers in. It's perfect for coffee, food or drinking. It's nice enough that you might want to stay to do all three, but then you risk disappointing the other customers waiting for a seat.

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    Mumbai: Great Indian Food

    by ValbyDK Updated May 18, 2013

    A few months ago a new Indian restaurant opened 5 minutes from my place, and it turned out to be a great restaurant with food at reasonable prices.

    The chef is from the northern part of India, but the menu card also has dishes from other Indian regions. And they have a great buffet with many choices (lamb, chicken, and vegetarian dishes). The buffet costs around 30USD per person.

    IMO the best Indian restaurant in Copenhagen!

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    Joes Restaurant: Very good value for money

    by ValbyDK Written May 18, 2013

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    Joes Restaurant is located in Valby (where I live) and I visit quite often.

    The food is very good, but are not the biggest portions. However, the restaurant is quite cheap and you can have two courses for around 25 USD and three courses for around 30 USD. For main course you can have beef, pork, lamb, fish, burgers or pasta dishes.

    IMO, the restaurant offers very good value for money!

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    Good burgers!: Halifax Burger

    by ValbyDK Written May 18, 2013

    If you want a good burger, you should try one of the Halifax Burger Restaurants. There are four of them around town; two in the city centre, one on Østerbro, and one in Frederiksberg. I normally visit the one in Frederiksberg because it is very close to my favorite cinema (Falkoner) in Copenhagen.

    You have to choose what kind of burger you want - and to select the burger bun, sideorders (fries, mashed potatoes, salad etc.), and the dip. Homemade and very delicious!

    The Halifax Burger Restaurants are popular places, and could be very crowded.

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    Hos-Kim: Great Danish dishes...

    by ValbyDK Updated May 17, 2013

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    "Hos-Kim" is located in the centre of Copenhagen, within walking distance from the Central Station and Nørreport Station - and just around the corner from Café Globen (where Team Viking normally meet up)...

    The restaurant offers really great traditional Danish food at reasonable prices. Herring or plaice for lunch - and calves liver or veal breast for dinner... just to mention a few of the dishes... And they have one of my favourite dishes = "Stegt flaesk med persillesovs" (deep-fried pork with potatoes and parsley sauce)...

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    Cafe Brasil: Brazilian national dishes

    by ValbyDK Updated May 12, 2013

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    May 2013: The restaurant is closed!

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    Cafe Brasil was first introduced to me by VT-member Cachaseiro (Claus), and I liked the place so much that I have been back to the restaurant a few times now.

    As the name says, their specialities are Brazilian national dishes: Churrasquinho, Feijoada (my favourite), and Bife de Alho... just to mention a few of the dishes. I have tried a couple of the main courses and the food have always been great.

    Cafe Brasil is painted in the Brazilian colours (yellow and green) and is decorated with Brazilian flags and pictures of famous football players and teams. I love the very relaxed atmosphere.

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    Told & Snaps: Open sandwiches...

    by ValbyDK Updated May 12, 2013

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    If you want to try the traditional Danish open sandwiches, Restaurant Told & Snaps - located close to Nyhavn and Kongens Nytorv, could be an option. A little expensive maybe, but really great!

    You'll find all the traditional open sandwiches on the menu card: Herring, pan-fried fillets of plaice, liver pâté, meat-balls, and much more... Everything made from scratch.

    It's very delicious, and some of the open sandwiches are even better when served with a Danish snaps - and you'll also find a huge selection of snaps on the menu card.

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    Restaurant Noma: Best restaurant in the world 2010

    by TheView Updated Nov 18, 2012

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    Restaurant Noma (Best in the world 2010,11,12)

    With a determination to create a Nordic modern kitchen the Copenhagen restaurant Noma have reached the attention of the gastronomic circles and are at present valued as one of the ultimately best in the world.

    With this status you can imagine that it has a price tag and you have to reserve a table sometime in advance (that is more months ahead) but go to their webpage.

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    Ved Stranden 10: Fun wine bar in the old town

    by MM212 Updated Oct 5, 2012

    Named after its address, this small wine bar in the heart of the old town is a great place for drinks and small plates/snacks. My travel companions and I stopped here for a quick drink before our dinner, so unfortunately, we didn't get to try the food, but I'm sure to do so on my next visit to Copenhagen. The staff is extremely friendly and the wines are interesting.

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    Restaurant PONY: A little too nouvelle cuisine for me...

    by MM212 Updated Oct 5, 2012

    We were told by our hotel (and later confirmed elsewhere) that Pony was the hottest new restaurant in Copenhagen (Sep 2012). It is located in an upcoming neighbourhood (Vesterbro) and has a minimalist Scandinavian decor with good amicable service. I applaud the atmosphere, but the food was a little too nouvelle cuisine for me. I had the sweetbreads as a main course, which were perfectly cooked, except they were overwhelmed by the highly flavourful sauce that accompanied them.

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    Bar'N'Grill: At the Nimb Hotel

    by MM212 Updated Oct 5, 2012

    For anyone who has never warmed up to Scandinavian culinary traditions, the Bar'N'Grill is heavenly. It is a small, but elegant restaurant that serves French cuisine with minor Danish touches, all accompanied by a good wine list. The menu's focus is on both seafood and meats. The restaurant is part of the Nimb Hotel's multiple restaurants, located adjacent to Tivoli Park.

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    Wok On: Upscale Chinese takeaway

    by illumina Written Sep 16, 2012

    If you're looking for a better class of takeaway, Wok On on Højbro Plads do a slightly more upmarket version of the China Box (see previous review). You choose a basic meal (either rice or noodles with vegetables) for 39kr, then add extras from a selection (eg chicken, tofu, shiitake mushrooms etc, varying prices 6-15kr), and finally choose a sauce (3 Chinese options, one Thai, one Vietnamese, one Japanese, and a very spicy pan-asian one!). This is then cooked in a wok right in front of you. They also serve sushi.

    You can also choose to eat inside, as they have a small seating area.

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    Madklubben Bistro-de-Luxe: Meat and lots of it...

    by illumina Written Aug 28, 2012

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    Another work summer party dinner - at Madklubben Bistro de Luxe. We had the set menu, which meant that everyone ate the same thing. We had a starter of Danish cold cuts, followed by a main of (pink) veal with carrots and mashed potato. For the vegetarians in our midst there was a summer salad with goats cheese and walnuts and 'summer vegetables' as the main. The dessert was the famous Danish tongue twister, 'rødgrød med fløde', (red berry 'gruel' with cream), only the cream was replaced with liquorice ice cream.

    The vegetarian starter was OK, but the main was just a plated of steamed vegetables, lots of them not cooked through and rather tough. I wouldn't really recommend this restaurant for vegetarians. The meat dishes were good enough, although I was a bit squeamish about the veal, since it's had a bad rep in the UK since I was a kid. Also, admittedly we were a large party of about 40, but the service was so slow that more than half of our group had finished the meat before the potatoes arrived, which was a shame. The rødgrød was lovely, but I found the liquorice ice cream a bit too strong.

    The meal was subsidised by our employers, but you can see from the menu on the website that a three course meal is 200dkk

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