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reggie_212

Copenhagen

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Aamans http://www.aamanns.dk/ for an innovativ take on classic Danish open face sandwiches

Kødbyens fiskebar http://fiskebaren.dk/en if you like our friends from the sea

Kadeau http://www.kadeau.dk/kadeaukobenhavn_uk.php just got a well earned star

And of course, I'm ith Michaela on the Brewpub http://brewpub.dk/en/ recommendation (but I'm biased)

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Manfreds Mad & Vin - Go there for the chefs menu. Multiple dishes with a vegetable focus. Very casual.
Hos Fischer - Better than standard Italian. Quite rustic. Small but good menu.
Geist - Now been there twice and it's very hit and miss in my opinion. The waiters are nice but the food is inconsistent. Very gritty mushrooms at the second visit has put me off going there again. It's quite expensive aswell.

I'm going to Amass on friday so I will report about it soon.

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Manfreds Mad & Vin - Go there for the chefs menu. Multiple dishes with a vegetable focus. Very casual.

Hos Fischer - Better than standard Italian. Quite rustic. Small but good menu.

Geist - Now been there twice and it's very hit and miss in my opinion. The waiters are nice but the food is inconsistent. Very gritty mushrooms at the second visit has put me off going there again. It's quite expensive aswell.

I'm going to Amass on friday so I will report about it soon.

Amass is highly recommended from me. Creative menu. You can clearly see noma influence in the dishes. It's a somewhat reasonably priced restaurant aswell. A walk outside in the garden is obligatory after or during the meal.

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