Japanese in Copenhagen


Yes, it's a ubiquitous UK chain, but we still love Wagamama for several reasons: the food is fresh and flavoursome, the place is open all week, and it's a short walk from the central station. Pique the appetite with…
Japanese in Odense


Goma is straight from an interiors magazine, all blond wood, cool lighting and interesting chairs. At ground level there's a bar serving snacks and cocktails (house speciality: gin); downstairs is a restaurant putti…
Japanese in Copenhagen


We wouldn't be surprised if Japanese Damindra lands a Michelin star in the next few years. From the buttery sashimi to an unforgettable prawn tempura, dishes are obscenely fresh and mesmerising. The evening ‘Chef’s …
Thai in Copenhagen

Wokshop Cantina

Communal tables and fresh Southeast Asian flavours are what you get at this popular basement cantina, a quick walk from Kongens Nytorv and the Hotel d'Angleterre. Tuck into staples like Thai fish cakes, tom yam goon…
Japanese in Frederikshavn

Karma Sushi

When hunger strikes, head for the eastern end of Lodsgade, which has oodles of eating options. The standout is good-looking Karma, an oasis of calm and elegance among the strange hybrid Mexican-Italian buffets – but…
Japanese in Copenhagen

Sticks ’N’ Sushi

The original and still the sexiest contemporary sushi place in Copenhagen, with especially good tuna tartare and hamachi carpaccio options. Other branches crop up in various areas of the city – check online for a co…
Thai in Maribo

Panya Thai

While it mightn't deliver the zing of true Thai food, tasty Panya makes for a refreshing change from the stock-standard burgers and Danish standbys. Best of all, vegetarians are well catered for.