Great food, good service and atmosphere. One of the best dishes with cod i have had for a long time.
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This is the most down to earth high end restaurant experience I've ever had. cozy neighborhood feel when you walk in the restaurant and a warm, intimate greeting from your staff. Sensible pricing for a 5 course tasting menu at dinner with 3 accompanying wine...More
We love Agern in New York but didn't know it had a sibling in Copenhagen. As a vegetarian I am always impressed by chefs who actually experiment with vegetables and offer us non-meateaters more than pasta or risotto. Apart from me our party was all...More
Three course meal with pairing wines. The cod was sublime and the beetroot desert was definitely up there with the best restaurant pudding I have ever had. We really enjoyed our evening meal at Radio last Friday. Had a nice 20 minute walk through a...More
To my opinion this is really Copenhagen. Fantastic, fresh local dishes. We tried the five course menu, which was a little too much. I would recommend the three courses and skip the barley with mushrooms (rather salty) and the dessert (too big) Friendly service!
This was my favourite meal on a weekend in Copenhagen. The five course menu was a delight to my tastebuds with each dish beautifully presented and we'll proportioned. Service was friendly and efficient and despite being full it did not feel crowded.
Great little restaurant not too far from city centre. We opted for 5 course dinner and really enjoyed it. The food was delicious, nicely prepared and very fresh with adequate portions. It's not cheap, but is worth it. Great place to go to if you...More
Hello, I visited the restaurant last January. I was with 2 friends and our idea was to spend some time together having a nice dinner and trying something local. We were much disappointed by the end mainly because of few things however firstly I will...More
Considering the price, the location, service and wine list, well below average meal. Not "new nordic cuisine", just decent plates of food cooked decently in modern European style that can be found by dime a dozen back home in London. Also they never served us...More
Had the 5 course menu, which was delicious and all surprisingly light. I also don't normally particularly like scallops (first course) or licorice (dessert), but they were used in such inventive ways that those were actually my standout dishes. The caramelised onion butter with sourdough...More