Food and drink
Don't expect rice or Japanese influences. This is basically a modern, light take on smørrebrød and very nice it is too. If you want to sample smørrebrød for the first time this is a good place to start. It's less traditional perhaps but also packs more flavour in. A forgettable wine list and beers can accompany this.
The cafe fare I tried was nothing special so really you should come for the 'smushi' and nothing else.
Combinations like fried pork with apple and caramelised chicory or black pudding with quince compote and red onion work well.
There's a pleasing buzz to dining here. It's a wonderful confection of smart settings and china with fairytale touches and an elegant courtyard.
The service can be slow and is not the strong point here. You may also have to wait to get a table when it's busy.
It's very central to the city centre's main shops, which of course means it's often very busy.
You could escape with paying less than 100 krone if you just pop in for a drink and a snack, but expect to pay around 150 krone for a sandwich or three pieces of 'smushi'.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- People watching
- Design and architecture