Dinning in Copenhagen

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Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby T Shahar » Tue Sep 14, 2010 4:06 pm

Hi,
Any recommendation for fine dinning in Copenhagen for a couple that would like an enjoyable evening?
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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Daniel Rogov » Tue Sep 14, 2010 4:12 pm

Tomer, Hi...

Not a city I often visit. I think my last visit was during the days when Hans Christian Anderson was writing his stories there. 8)

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Mike_F » Tue Sep 14, 2010 5:57 pm

Follow AA Gill's recommendation and go to Noma - http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_a ... 964862.ece

Please report back, I'd really like to know if it is as good as he says...
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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Birger Vejrum » Wed Sep 22, 2010 2:39 am

T Shahar wrote:Hi,
Any recommendation for fine dinning in Copenhagen for a couple that would like an enjoyable evening?
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Hi Tomer,

There is quite a lot, when will you be here?

Noma is impossible, no seats before November.

Some of my favorites http://www.famo.dk/ http://www.restaurantfabio.dk/ http://www.lepave.dk/ http://www.patepate.dk/patepate/default.asp to name a few.

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Mike_F » Wed Sep 22, 2010 5:04 am

Hi Birger,

Have you had a chance to go to Noma? If yes, what is your opinion of it?

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Birger Vejrum » Wed Sep 22, 2010 5:21 am

Mike_F wrote:Hi Birger,

Have you had a chance to go to Noma? If yes, what is your opinion of it?

thanks,

Mike


Hi Mike,

I have been there 2 times, fantastic but also very special food. One dish had herps with whisky and they burned it of at the table :shock: :wink:

No it has become very expensive, lunch is DKR 1100,00 look here http://www.noma.dk/main.php?lang=dk&id=1

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Mike_F » Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:27 am

Birger Vejrum wrote:No it has become very expensive, lunch is DKR 1100,00


same price for lunch or dinner, but ~150 Euros (~$ 200) per person (same price apparently for lunch or dinner) is certainly not cheap. I see that a matching set of wines for that menu will cost another DKR 900, so a couple taking the seven course menu with matching wines will spend ~550 Euros. Tomer - maybe you want to check out Birger's other suggestions...
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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Birger Vejrum » Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:30 am

Mike_F wrote:
Birger Vejrum wrote:No it has become very expensive, lunch is DKR 1100,00


same price for lunch or dinner, but ~150 Euros (~$ 200) per person (same price apparently for lunch or dinner) is certainly not cheap. I see that a matching set of wines for that menu will cost another DKR 900, so a couple taking the seven course menu with matching wines will spend ~550 Euros. Tomer - maybe you want to check out Birger's other suggestions...


Hi Mike,

Sold out 3 months in advance, trust me. People come from all over the world. In the Gambero Rosso magazine it is said that if you have only one day in Copenhagen, Noma is the place to go :wink:

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby T Shahar » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:53 am

Hi,
Thank you all , Noma is over booked so no chances to eat thier.
I have booked for Friday Umami and for Sat' AOC.

Going this weekend so I will report my food TN :D

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Birger Vejrum » Sun Sep 26, 2010 11:11 am

T Shahar wrote:Hi,
Thank you all , Noma is over booked so no chances to eat thier.
I have booked for Friday Umami and for Sat' AOC.

Going this weekend so I will report my food TN :D

Br.


Hi

:shock: You come to Denmark and choose Japanese/French food :roll:

AOC is good though. Christian Aarø is fantastic. But remember your Visacard.

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby T Shahar » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:34 pm

Birger Vejrum wrote:
T Shahar wrote:Hi,
Thank you all , Noma is over booked so no chances to eat thier.
I have booked for Friday Umami and for Sat' AOC.

Going this weekend so I will report my food TN :D

Br.


Hi

:shock: You come to Denmark and choose Japanese/French food :roll:


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well coming from Finland I can skip some of the Nordic food :wink:
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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby T Shahar » Mon Oct 04, 2010 2:27 am

Hi,
Weekend in the city was fun ...
Friday night we went to Umami , the food was good and so was the service but it way over priced. In Onmai (tel aviv) you get better food with half of the price... so I will not recommend this place (finish the evening with a bill of 225€).

On Saturday lunch we went to Told and Snaps to eat some local smørrebrød, the food was very good (with some beer and snaps, bill for 3 was about 85€).

In the evening we have went to PatePate ... do luck of place we have sat on the bar so we could only order some taps and the menu's first dishes... There was 4 pages long wine list that I did not know any of the producers, the owner told us that they traveling and importing there own wine. The wines by the glass where very good and so was the food, the place as very good atmosphere and we have enjoyed the evening.. highly recommended (bill for 4 dishes, 7 glass of wine and 2 beers 123€).

For Sunday branch we have went to Cap Horne that, food was good and so the live Jazz (bill for 2 around 50€)

Copenhagen as a lot of good places but the price are quite high comparing to Helsinki

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Re: Dinning in Copenhagen

Postby Mike_F » Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:28 am

Tomer,

Thanks for report. Truly an expensive city. Puts the prices at Noma into some perspective...

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