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Østerbrogade 64 · interesting places nearby
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This sexy basement restaurant, with its raw-brick- and glass-walled interior, is run by the Cofoco group. The seasonal set menu offers polished new-Nordic dishes such as fresh goat’s cheese with pickled beetroot, crispy rye bread and horseradish, or glazed pork cheeks with Jerusalem artichoke cream, pickled pearl onions, Granny Smith apples and parsley. Inspired flavours; petite servings.