We discovered Restaurant Amalie completely by accident when looking for a lunch venue to follow our trip to see the changing of the guard at Amalienborg Palace. The restaurant is situated only about 100 metres from the palace on Amaliegade.
The weather was very wet on the day that we visited and so we cut short our viewing of the guards to go to the restaurant. This was a fortuitous decision, as it meant that we arrived shortly before 12.15 while the restaurant was quiet.
We were particularly interested in the traditional Danish meals shown on the menu. The waitresses realised that we were not completely familiar with Danish cuisine and drinks, but they pleasantly advised us about the various dishes and on the way that they should be eaten to achieve the best culinary experience.
We eventually decided on a Herring starter, which we shared, followed by Danish meatballs, and all of the food was of a very high standard.
Even as the restaurant quickly filled up with more rain-soaked customers, the waitress kindly took time out to take a couple of photos for us.
In all, it was a very pleasant experience and we would love to visit again one day.
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