Food and drink
Separated into three dining areas, you can opt for Bacino, a pretty authentic Italian, Ebisu, which serves a wide-ranging selection of Japanese food including sushi, skewers and teriyaki, and the Grill Bar, offering upscale European and Danish bistro fare.
None of the menus here offer any great departures from standard menus of their type. Neither the Japanese nor the Grill Bar held any surprises on their menus. I found the steak and the burger well executed, in the Grill Bar. I have yet to try Bacino, although the menu looked more seasonal and interesting when I last looked in. One to try on a return visit.
You can't fault the setting, especially on a summer day when the waterside location really comes into its own. The old ferry terminal adds to the charm of the place.
The service, like the food varied from adequate to pleasing when I visited. The staff in Ebisu were all charm, while in the grill room the service was a little more severe if at least efficient.
An unbeatable location in the heart of Nyhav but tucked away enough to escape the summer crowds. This must be one of the city's best located restaurants.
Expect to pay around 250 krone for a light lunch or a few dishes of sushi or a Danish open sandwich, and more like 600 krone for three courses with a glass of wine.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
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