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This lively eatery is the place to go for French brasserie dishes. Its accomplished chef and owner, Mikkel Egelund, satisfies with classics like entrecôte with béarnaise and crispy fries, moules marinière (mussels steamed in white wine and herbs), or salad Niçoise. Also good is the plateau de fruits de mer (a platter of "fruit" of the sea), with lobster, oysters, and shrimp. Enjoy a predinner drink at the brass bar or have after-dinner coffee or a cognac on the patio. The restaurant has an à la carte menu for lunch and dinner, and a three-course dinner prix-fixe for DKr 300.
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