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København . Scandinavian, Gourmet, Danish



About the restaurant


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Rømersgade 20, 1103 København, Denmark


93 10 72 03


  • Mon: 11:30 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Tue: 11:30 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Wed: 11:30 AM - 05:00 PM


John Madsen

2 months ago


Virkelig lækkert smørrebrød. Sindssyg stegt sild og gode snaps. Hyggelig stemning og god service. Tjeneren Simon forstod hvordan man elegant pusher mere alkohol uden at virke anmasende.


5 months ago


At smorrebrød specialist Selma, even traditional preparations of the open-faced sandwich are impressive. But the best move is to try unusual options you can’t get elsewhere, like scallops with pickled pumpkin; kale, poached egg, lemon, and crispy chicken skin; or confit celeriac and lemon mayo. [$$]

Anders Stengel

8 months ago


Great with a fancy take in Smørebrød (open faced sandwiches). Superb and cozy vibe on a central side street! Better service than the average in Copenhagen, attentive, fast and with a smile! We had 3 pieces, the fried plaice was of the scale amazing! The bleak roe is usually my favorite but I felt it was a little misunderstood, it is a light springtime dish but they served with mashed potatoes? - the taste was good though. The tartar was sub par, you can get so much amazing tartar dishes in Copenhagen but this was not interesting enough. I highly recommend their champagne or cava, an underrated drink for smørrebrød! We shared a bottle of champagne, which obviously drives the price up but still feel that it was slightly overpriced for smørrebrød - even If its fancy. We paid about 1.700 Dkk for 2 people.

Bib Gourmand

10 months ago


A sweet homely place, named after the owner-chef's daughter and run by a friendly young team. Lunchtime smørrebrød are modern in style whilst respecting tradition; dinner dispenses with the rye and sourdough bases to create dishes ideal for sharing. There's also an excellent selection of craft beers.

Nicklas Kongsgaard

10 months ago


Delicious smørrebrød! Excellent lunch place. Menu says you need three piece but 2 is fine.

Rasmus Palsgård

1 year ago


Super delicious, interesting modern smørrebrød - a must in Copenhagen, also for the selection of craft beer from tiny breweries.

Elias Mortensen

1 year ago