Three course meal was really tasty and wine menu was good enough to complement the food. Reasonably priced compared to quality.
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We went here for a romantic diner, and we got what we wanted. The menu was good local produce and also in season. The wine was a bit pricy but good. Service was quick and polite, but the waitress was a little ignorant in regards...More
A little cozy restaurant that has very simple but very tasty menu, that changes every season. Not expensive for this kind of quality
Good simple menu with simple local products. Unpretentious, good Flavours and good value. No massive portion but just right. Staff very friendly and helpful especially as the menu is in Danish only (well we are in Denmark so why should we expect it any other...More
A smal and cosy place with moderate prices. The staff was very kind, and the food was absolutely tip-top.
Good food, small portions but good food experience. The place can be a bit noisy, but on the other side very cosy.
Went in not expecting too much (because of the location) The food was great. took us by surprise and will definitely go again.
We arranged to celebrate a birthday at the Restaurant Safran and it was an excellent choise. We had the restaurant to ourselves on a Saturday afternoon and had the current 5 meal course with wines for 20 people. The food was amazing and we had...More
Food and arrangements you would expect from a gourmet restaurant set in a cosy and layd back atmosphere with charming service and very resonable prices. We went there on a cold November Wednesday and were warmed by a traditional French onion soup, followed by beef...More
This Little gem of a restaurant derserves all the praise it gets. Limited menu - excellent food and extremely good value for Money. Wine list not bad either. Give it a chance in spite of the slightly dowdy position - you wont regret it.