The see-and-be-seen café and restaurant near the Hotel d’Angleterre which has the feel of all the cool bars in Paris and London combined into one cosy little spot. Worth a visit for sure.
What could be a relic of the yuppified 1980s is still very much a fixture of the Copenhagen eating scene, as much for the glamorous surroundings as the equally glitzy clientele – it remains a honeypot for the upper tiers of Danish culture and politics, and given the intimate settings, you could very literally be rubbing shoulders with them. The French-inspired fare is pretty classy, too. Gallic classics from mussels to duck are the dishes the menu hinges on, but don’t worry: this being Denmark, you can still order pickled herring.