It is a nice place. But today they book to many people at the same time. So it was very crowded (which is part of the concept - but today to much). Off course staff is friendly and nice - however we waited to long...More
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We had our first "Frokost" in Copenhagen at Sankt Annea and it turned out to be our best one. Super service, splendid food and a nice place made our day. Reservation is a must (several people was turned down at the door) and by phone...More
Highly reccomended!!!Great typical danish restaurant. We had the lobster salad and the salmon for starters both of them were really fresh and very delicated!!!!The meatdishes were excellent. Not a lot of space but certainly enough and well furnished. The menu doesn't have prices as it...More
Located in a nice area between Nyhavn and the Amalienborg Palace a curiously good and exciting location to visit, you must book beforehand however. The menu is interesting but you may have to check the prices or ask for that information. The Danish smorrebrod is...More
A high-class place. By and large our small sample suggested fish was a better choice than meats, but everything was fine. Pricey.
My husband and I were in Copenhagen and had wanted to try a recommended dish from a food critique who had a good experience there. My husband placed his order and I ordered the sausage with berries or something like that. When we ordered the...More
Sat outside, very pleasant, friendly efficient service. Excellent prawn open sandwich and sill. Bit pricey, but worth it.
Ate at the sidewalk tables. Service first rate, even on a chilly day. Food perfect and delicious for three very different palates. One of my patients recommended this place as she visits every year, and she was correct.
this place is a little gem, its small, casual, lovely vibe of people talking, with few tables so make sure you book ahead, we had an amazing dinner and wine, because its very small, there was one menu and you can decide how many courses...More
Fabulous atmosphere, and great range of smorrebrod, around € 16 each - but I felt cheated to be charged € 35 for just eight petit fours with the coffee