Here you can get Danish smørrebrød (open sandwiches) and the food is very nice. You are also able to sit outside
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My wife and I visited for an Easter Monday lunch. I must admit, some might say I'm a tough marker on restaurants, but when the price on a buffet lunch starts getting above 150kr (it was 225kr here), I'm looking for something that little bit...More
Catered for our party of more than 50. Single course lunch was adequate but we would have loved tyhe option of having one more course. Carlberg served with meal.
We spent almost 2 weeks in Denmark and this was the first place we ate. In retrospect it was the best. A nice, cozy room with great food. We had smorebrod which was out of this world good. The service was great. The coffee was...More
Could have been better. Very nice inside, though. Got busy once we were seated. Could have been that we don't speak Danish. The food was OK. I had fish soup and my wife had a salad. Next time, we'll find something in town.
Restaurant is close to Freddriksborg castle. A good plan is to visit the castle in the morning, have lunch at the restaurant and visit the castle and grounds in the afternoon. The pan fried herring in capers was very tasty. Service was very good.
We tried the place while visiting the castle next to it. The food was overall quite good but a few where not homemade which is why they are getting 4 and not 5. The staff was very helpful and accommodating with the 3 year old...More
Went here with our kids when visiting castle to feed them as they were getting hungry, this is not a place for a quick visit with the kids to grab a bite.. Food was excellent, service impeccable, nice interior, but quite pricey, as one would...More
Best soup I have had for a year. Yet, the service is a bit slow. But the soup was worth the wait. The regular coffee is served in a coffee can & was good.
Been there, done it and it's always great! This time we had teenagers with us who proved to be wary of Danish food. Not only did Leonora's dish up the "best burger EVER", they suggested splitting it due to the generous size. FYI Danes are...More