Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Copenhagen, Denmark - Copenhagen Corner

H.C. Andersens Boulevard 1
1553 København, Denmark

Phone: +45 3391 4545

Website: Restaurant Copenhagen Corner

During the break I went on holidays to Europe with my family and I have to admit, Copenhagen was probably my favourite destination. The architecture around Copenhagen especially is just so beautiful. And did you know that a lot of the Royal European families are somehow branched out from the Danish Royal line? The things you learn when you travel!

Anyway, moving on to food. First stop, Restaurant Copenhagen Corner! The venue was very spacious and had a touch of simple elegance. (Is that even a term? I think I just made it up)

There wasn't a single time that I got to look at the menu whilst on this trip (excluding the cruise). Everything was selected for us by our guide. So to be honest, I'm not too sure about the components of each dish.

I couldn't stop myself from ordering a beer in each country that I went to while I was in Europe.
Crusty Bread
I know it doesn't look that exciting, but I'm just warming up!

Vegetable Soup
Okay here is when the guessing begins! I believe it was Carrot and Capsicum, with cream and balsamic drizzled on the top. Whatever it was, it was really good.
Pork Chop
This was our main obviously, and man was it good. The Danish definitely know their pork!
Vanilla Ice cream served with Strawberries and Diced Carrot, with a smear of Reduced Strawberry Sauce
Pretty average dessert to be honest, but nonetheless I demolished it.

3 Course is priced at 300DKK,- €41.10. The menu comes with the prices which can be found on the website.

Overall Score - Fine Dining: 17.5/20
  • Food: 8.5/10
  • Service: 4/5
  • Venue: 5/5
Opening Hours: 11:30am till 11:00pm


  1. wow everything looks so delicious... although I never knew you liekd beer!

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