Copenhagen is busy, which is why we recommend you to make reservations at these three restaurants before arriving. We think these are amazing food experience, so you don’t want to miss them.
This year Restaurant 108 received their first Michelin-star, which was highly deserved. 108 is located between Christianshavn’s Canal and the new bridge; Inderhavnsbroen. The restaurant opened in 2016 and is the sibling of the world famous restaurant Noma. 108 is ambitious and the cuisine is modern Nordic gastronomy with family-style servings for the entire table. Despite the star, the food is moderately priced and not to forget – served in very cool surroundings.
Book your table here: Restaurant 108
To visit Amass, you need visit the outskirts of Copenhagen on Refshaløen – a little known part of Copenhagen. The trip out there is all worth it! The Restaurant is led by the chef Matthew Orlando (former head chef at Noma) and serves organic food with a strict focus on locally sourced and seasonal ingredients. They work with only the best local farms, regional suppliers and of course also their own ingredients, grown in their 800 square meter garden situated just in front of the dining room.
Book your table here: Amass Restaurant
On one of Copenhagen’s most amazing and interesting streets you find Relæ. It is a casual top-level restaurant serving amazing food. The restaurant has one star in Guide Michelin Nordic Cities (2017) and was ranked as the world’s most sustainable restaurant in 2016. The kitchen is creative, free from cultural heritage and the atmosphere is unpretentious, warm and welcoming, making everybody comfortable.
Book your table here: Restaurant Relæ