Nordisk Brødhus has already figured in guide-to-copenhagen. Not once, but twice. You can find a post about their bread as well as they are mentioned in the top three-list for best breakfast in town. And now I mention them again, since they serve the most delicious dinner. I’ve had it several times, and yesterday The Film Critic Guy and I went again.

Two girls our age were standing outside smoking, and when we tried to open the door without any success, they smiled and told us to push harder. The place was open, and we were lucky enough to get the last portions of dinner for the evening. Nordisk Brødhus serves one dish every night they are open, and when they are out of food, it’s just tough luck, because it’s really good.

Yesterday they served a piece of meat and mashed Jerusalem artichokes with fresh parsley. You get new baked bread on the side (which is so good that it’s almost a meal itself!) and a big meal for 80 dkk. Since it was late in the evening, the fire in the stone oven was just big enough to bring that extra cozy feeling to the place that makes me visit Nordisk Brødhus again and again…

Rantzausgade 58, Nørrebro

Forum Metro-stop (950 meters away) or Bus 5A stop Kapelvej (700 meter away)

80 DKK for dinner, 30-40 DKK for a bread, 50 DKK for breakfast and 100 DKK for brunch


Linn Katarina Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden, and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food communication. She is also the creator of the Danish food blog and radio show Frk. Kræsen.

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