Unique or Unusual Restaurant in/around Copenhagen
Hello! DH and I will be travelling in Europe last week of May/first week of June (I'm posting this question specifically for each of the various cities we'll be visiting).
Can anyone suggest some unique or unusual restaurants in or around Copenhagen? You know, the kind of place that will actually be part of our story when we get home, not just fuel to keep us functional. For example, when we went to Toronto, we ate in one of those dine-in-the-dark restaurants, and when I was in Quebec I had dinner in the oldest house in Quebec City. I've tried Google but it seems many folks are confusing unusual with trendy or hard to get into or 5 Michelin stars or whatever. Food doesn't have to be a particular cuisine, or even a particular quality level (if there is a hot dog stand at the top of the Tower of London that would qualify!). Even a decent distance out of town would be worth it for the right place.
Thank you so much for your help!
Dark Waiter - Dining in the dark, often with blind waitstaff
Teaterkælderen - Singing waitstaff
Madeleines - Experimental dinner theater, with food as a center of performances
Det Lille Apotek - One of the oldest restaurants in the world. Est.~1720
Restaurant Ida Davidsen - 191 yo; choice of 250 'smørrebrød' open sandwiches
Noma - No: 1 Restaurant in the World, 2011 as per 'Restaurant' magazine
I'd add Restaurant Paustian as a backup in case you can't get into Noma. I enjoyed a fabulous dinner there.
Try Spiseloppen in the bohemian neighborhood of Christiania. Not sure if it's still around but some friends visited it a couple of years ago and recommended it. It's very down to earth, so forget about high end dining here. It's great food in a cozy and hippieish neighborhood.