Not really a restaurant, but a museum-to-be, this is an unusual place to put your hat down for a couple of hours. Set in an old post office, it is actually still a post office combined with cafe, design shop and the home of communication history. Try their social slow-food evenings from Mon-Thurs with warm stews and condiments to share. Or come for their excellent brunch buffet on weekends. Great place to go with kids as they can run around the large room without upsetting anyone.
Address: Øster Allé 1, 2100 Copenhagen Ø.
Across the street from Rigshospitalet (the hospital known from Lars von Trier’s “Kingdom”) you will find the nicest little restaurant with a homely atmosphere and rustic French details. The menu offers delicious entrees to share and plenty of great ideas and flavors to keep you talking and enjoying all night long. Plus: The prices are exceptional considering the quality of the food and ingredients. Restaurant Metier is closed on weekends but is open for lunch and dinner on weekdays. (Photo credit @Ulf Svane photography – on frontpage)
Address: Blegdamsvej 70, 2100 Copenhagen Ø.
Anarki is a newly opened restaurant (Nov 2015) with great food and a relaxed atmosphere. You get high value for money at Anarki and they use good and fresh ingredients.
We had snacks, a glass of bubbles, a starter, a main, dessert and coffee for 650 DKK/pax. If you are a fan of waffles this is definitely a place you need to try as they serve a waffle with truffle mayonnaise and Serrano ham – SO tasty!
Address: Vodroffsvej 47, 1900 Frederiksberg C