Close to Strøget and Rådhuspladsen you’ll find another lunch restaurant that serves authentic smørrebrød – in other words, Danish open sandwiches.
The facts: Christiania is a self-proclaimed autonomous district in Christianshavn that was established by hippies in 1971. It’s one of Copenhagen’s major tourist attractions, with at least half a million visitors annually.
One of the most unlikely aspects of the Copenhagen restaurant scene is the fact that it’s precisely here in Europe’s northern corner that you can experience one of the world’s best Italian restaurants.
Husmann’s Vinstue is a highly traditional purveyor of smørrebrød located very close to Rådhuspladsen
Almanak is one of those places that has brought Danish smørrebrød up to a new level – ever since they opened, they’ve been getting rave reviews from Copenhagen’s daily papers.