Food and drink
This place is a fine example of largely French classic fine dining food featuring tried and tested French classics. My morels with gnocchi and my duck confit were both exemplary.
The often changing menu means there are no signature dishes as such but you should find famliar classic dishes executed faultlessly.
This is a tiny place, which does feel a little cramped, especially in the basement area overlooking the kitchen range. While the tables do feel close together - and you'll find yourself involuntarily earwigging in on your neighbours' conversations - it is also cosy and warm.
Everything arrived swiftly and with a smile when I ate here.
On a nondescript street, the location is unremarkable but it is a short walk from Kongens Nytorv and the hubbub of Nyhavn.
The classic four-course menu is very good value at 400 krone given the standards here.
Tables to book
Try to get a table upstairs if you can rather than in the tiny basement, unless you want to watch the kitchen at work, which appeals in its own way.
- Business travellers