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Admiralgade 26

A portion of Japan in historic Indre By

Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane
Credit: Ulf Svane

Be transported to the past in this restaurant from Christian Nedergaard and Sebastian Nellemann, the team behind the popular wine bar Ved Stranden (that’s just around the corner). Located in a 1700s building in colourful Indre By, the interiors of ill-assorted chairs and some-might-say kitsch table lamps are perhaps surprising on first sight, but nonetheless intriguing and enhance the room. As for the food, the duo deliver Nordic-Japanese dishes including (on Saturdays) a truly unmissable breakfast straight from the palate of the Far East – lightly pickled fish, kimchi and dashi, et al. Naturally, with the Ved Stranden ethos at play, top-class wines are in plentiful supply.

 

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Credit: Ulf Svane 

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