Very good food, slightly expensive, can recommend this to anyone traveling as a couple. Romantic interior, and it's close to the ocean.
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On Nyhaven but opposite the tourist trap street (on the other side of the canal), this little Danish kitchen is precious. Ate a late lunch and absolutely delighted! Mostly local guests at the restaurant, service very friendly also. Will definitely return!
We enjoyed Nyhavn very much and sat outside of this restaurant to watch the crowd go by of an evening, crowded, worth looking for a good seat near the front.
We had bought a deal for lunch at Gilleleje restaurant. Since the weather was pleasant we asked to be seated at a table outside, where we could enjoy the boats and people passing. We had five servings with two kinds of bread, gravlax, fried place...More
Have enjoyed Gilleleje's food frequently. The quality of food never disappoints me. Real value for money, service very good.
Restaurant Gilleje is very recommendable. It's one of the oldest restaurants in Nyhavn and it maintains a high quality of Danish lunch dishes (smørebrød) but also various set lunches. It also has a wide variety of beer on tap and also bottled beer. They are...More
Had a lovely lunch today. The lunch platter for my husband was excellent! I am allergic to gluten and egg, but the restaurant made special dishes for me very quickly and they were all delicious. From now on this is my favourite restaurant in Nyhavn.
Freskly prepared food in cosy surroundings. Recommended for trying traditional, danish food in good quality at a fair Price.
Open sandwiches made only as they can in Denmark. Charming staff good food and a great list of beers. We sat outside on a beautiful day looking out over the boats. I would recommend a bout trip around the city. Copenhagen is one of the...More
Traditional danish food in a quiet atmosphere. When we were there the majority of the guests were locals, which already means something. We only had the choice between two traditional Christmas menus (as we were told), but then the appetiser, the fish (many sorts of...More