We met some nice tourist yesterday in restaurant 108 at Noma and promised to send them our suggestions where to eat and what to do in Copenhagen. Thought I would share it here too
In this area, you have The english church St. Alban’s Church, Gefion fountain, Kastellet and the little mermaid.
Close by is the northern entrance to the Botanic garden, where you will also find our Art Museum “ Statens Museum for Kunst”
On the other side of Østre Voldgade (the large road) is Rosenborg Castle and Kings Garden (Rosenborg slot & Kongens Have)
If you like to try the best open sandwich ( Smørrebrød), I can recommend:
Other places to eat:
We were here in February, during the Dining Week and it was really good – you can see some photos of their food here on my blog – – it is in Danish, you can always try use Google Translate
Grisen – Before the Burger came to Denmark, we had the Danish version called Bøf sandwich. (Bøf = Beef)
Umut has re-introduced a gourmet bøf sandwich to the people in Copenhagen and after 8 months, he is about to open his 2nd restaurant.
Open daily 16.30-21.00
See more on TripAdvisor
Close to Fredriks Have is the Royal Copenhagen Outlet and Georg Jensen Outlet – Same Shop !!
Søllerød Kro – (one of my favorite, but its in the northern part of Copenhagen) 1 Michelin Stars
Geist – good food
Geranium – (world best chef – Bocuse d’Ore) 3 Michelin Stars
Marchal (Hotel d’Angleterre’s restaurant) – 1 Michelin Stars
See also Tripadvisor