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Fine dining in Copenhagen other than Noma, AOC and Geranium

lnedrive14 Jun 28, 2011 06:52 AM

Hi all -

We are coming to Copenhagen for 4 days in late July and were hoping to hit one of the top fine dining/michelin-type places. Sadly, Noma and AOC are closed (and Geranium is either closed or just booked). Has anyone had any good/bad experiences with other similar places they'd care to share? Any advice would be much appreciated.

On a slightly less important note, any other mid-priced recs would be appreciated. I've read all of the posts thus far on this board and have made a res at Fiskbaren, which is the only place that seems to get a lot of praise on here.


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    Nancy S. RE: lnedrive14 Jun 28, 2011 06:12 PM

    I like Fiskbaren. I would also suggest Aamanns and Relae, though they may be closed as well. July is not the greatest time to visit Copenhagen -- somewhat like Paris in August. For fine dining, I had a wonderful experience at Sollerod Kro, although it's more classic than noma, Geranium, AOC, all of which are my favorites.

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      travelgourmet RE: lnedrive14 Jul 6, 2011 12:05 PM

      For fine dining along the lines of the ones you mentioned, I'd recommend Herman, in the Nimb hotel. Had a great experience there.


      For a more casual, cheaper option, but with some of the same New Nordic sensibilities, I love Kofoed:


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        lacemaker RE: lnedrive14 Jul 11, 2011 10:06 AM

        I had the tasting menu at Paul in the Tivoli gardens a couple of years ago in summer and was fairly impressed.

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