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French and Danish cuisine is served in this busy pub-restaurant. There’s a good choice of traditional open sandwiches (shooting stars, roast-beef-and-remoulade, curried herring), plus solid, slightly old-fashioned dishes such as boeuf Bearnaise, roast pork and fish and chips.
The Queen Louise commands a great position on Torvet and entertains her loyal subjects with something-for-everyone panache: she’s a café, restaurant, pub and even a nightclub (until the wee hours on Friday and Saturday). There’s also live music each Thursday. You can dine from the wonderfully broad all-day menu on the square, inside or in the rear courtyard. The brunch plate (95kr) offers serious bang for your buck, or try local boutique brews at the pub. You may not need to venture elsewhere.