Last year, due to the pandemic, I was only able to travel to a couple of places way before lockdown hit. Today I am going to talk about one of my favourite restaurants in Copenhagen, Denmark. Københavnercafeen is located in Badstuestræde 10 and is just off of the town centre in a side street.
The restaurant offers traditional Danish dishes and is open between 11:30am – 10pm everyday apart from Sunday when it closes at 5pm. From research, I also discovered that it is also one of the oldest restaurants in the Capital.
The traditional dishes are made with fresh local produce and has a number of different dishes on offer including marinated herring, Wienerschnitzel, Frikadeller Danish Meatballs and pork hash to name a few.
We went to Copenhagen at the beginning of February 2020 and this was one of the last places we ate and we wished that we had found it sooner. It had such good food and the staff were so friendly that they made you want to return.