Name: Restaurant Radio (link to their website)
Fri.-Sat. 12:00pm~3:00pm & 5:30pm~12:00am
Reservations are highly recommended. I made a reservation 4 days in advance and I was only able to get a table at 8:45.
(+45) 2510 2733 Very English friendly!
Packed restaurant! Lots of chic young professional Danes dining here tonight.
This bread and onion butter were amazing! After this bread, I am an official fan of Danish bread.
Scallops, Jerusalem Artichoke, Apple
Looking back, probably should have gotten the white wine. But this wine was delicious!
Plaice, Cabbage, Row
Plaice is a type of flatfish, commonly eaten in Denmark. They made ‘Row’ into a mousse form and it tastes fantastically with the fish. And you can taste the freshness of the fish.
Cauliflower, Nuts, Browned Butter
Best cauliflowers of my life! I really want to emulate this at home!
Free Range Pork, Leek, Whey
I associate ‘Whey’ with ‘Whey Protein’ and I never asked myself what ‘Whey’ is. The internet tells me, “Whey is the liquid remaining after milk has been curdled and strained.”
Beetroot, Milk, Aronia Berries
Homemade milk ice cream with dried beetroot and aronia berries. The chunky pieces are like milk meringue. They added a crunchy texture to the creamy dessert.
I picked the five-course meal for 500 DKK. They also provide a three-course meal for 300 DKK. Each plate came in dainty portions but 5 dainty portions and bread can really fill a person up. The waiters are very knowledgeable about what they serve and speak impeccable English. 500DKK is about $90USD, but this is Denmark and the quality of food coming out of this kitchen is amazing. Totally worth it and I would come back again the next time I visit this city.
Restaurant Radio is apart of the new change in Danish cuisine, which focuses on fresh local produce. They own farm land outside of the city and are pretty hands on with what is grown on this land.