Fronting Kongens Nytorv is Charlottenborg, built in 1683 as a palace for the royal family. Since 1754 Charlottenborg has housed Det...
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This unique, private dining ‘restaurant’ is housed in a classic Copenhagen apartment. 1.th translates as ‘first floor, to the right’ – the location of this sumptuously decorated living and dining room, open to guests of chef Mette Martinussen. You reserve and pay the 1250kr bill (which includes wine) well in advance, then receive an invitation to a convivial, soirée-style evening with a multicourse dinner as the main attraction. Highly recommended, and the contemporary Danish-European food lives up to the high concept.