5 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·
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Not really a restaurant. However it is possible to dine there and tast the traditional the popular and beloved Danish smorrebrod. Smørrebrød (Danish pronunciation: [ˈsmɶɐ̯ɐˌb̥ʁœðˀ]; originally smør og brød, "butter and bread") usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread (rugbrød), a dense,…
Real danish open sandwich place with the freshst and biggest verity of Smørrebrød (Open Sandwich)
The classis danish smørrebrød (open sandwich). They have a big fresh selection. They place is not very inspiring, but to order to go and eat it at home would be recommanded. They are only open during the day - so perfekt for lunch.
Traditional Danish Smørrebrød. A bit more affordable than those in the guidebooks.
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