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Restaurants in Copenhagen: Top-20 good places to eat

The selection of restaurants in Copenhagen can seem overwhelming, and it is difficult to find the best one. Here are our own local favorites.
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Restaurants in Copenhagen: Top-20 good places to eat is written by Ida Dreboldt Kofoed-Hansen.

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A city full of delicacies - visit these restaurants in Copenhagen

I am one of the many Danes who do not live in Copenhagen. For me, the city is a place I go on weekend getaways or vacations. My big challenge when I'm in Copenhagen - besides having to find my way around - is the food. For what should I eat and where can I eat on a budget?

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The city is known for great gastronomy, and many travel to Copenhagen to taste the world-famous Nordic food. There are a wealth of cafes, restaurants and food stalls so you can quickly buy yourself poor in food. But that does not always mean that what you buy is good.

I have many times spent money on lunch or dinner and have been disappointed with the quality I got. If I just want a delicious meal that is not part of the new gastronomic revolution (and then costs), where do I go then?

I have therefore asked our many wise readers from Copenhagen. They have given us an insight into which restaurants in Copenhagen the locals love to eat at - without the Dankort bleeding.

So here are the 20 favorites where we can plunge into a world of food without the budget crashing the next time Copenhagen calls. Welcome and good trip to Copenhagen.

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About the travel writer

Ida Dreboldt Kofoed-Hansen

Ida has a master's degree in communication and Danish literature. Her travels focus either on nature experiences or on cultural experiences. As a former scout, she has a penchant for hiking, backpacking and campfire food. In the family, a large 10-person tent with cabins has just been purchased, so that the future offers new exciting outdoor experiences.

When the journey needs to have a more cultural focus, Ida is happy with capitals. During the city break, she always has a long list of historical sights to experience, and not much time is spent in the hotel room. She has been to London, Paris, Prague, Amsterdam, Venice, Rome and Reykjavik, among other places.

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