Find out what Scandinavian restaurants to try in Holte including Restaurant Jaegerhuset, Brede Spisehus, Cafe Alex, Restaurant Marina Furesobad, Tante Maren, Raadvad Kro, Restaurant Leslie, Den Rode Cottage, Nybro Kro, Jonstrup Gl. Kobmandsgaard
4 based on 134 reviews
We had a nice birthday at the restaurant in April.We all chose a five course menu.The waiter assured us that five dishes were possible to eat.We switched around some of the dishes in the two menus, so we just got what we wanted.It was clear to everyone that rhey have spend a lot of time putting a tastful menu together, and all dishes were very delicious.The restaurant itself is nice and not very big, which gives an impression of intimacy.The service was good and our waiter gladly answered all our questions about the exciting dishes.They have fixed menus, but the menus change 10 times a year.We certainly expect to come again.Highly recommended.
3 based on 111 reviews
Typical danish restaurant.
This place close the lakes call for a warm summers day. Today it was overcast...and the chef was not shining either. I had the "Kroplatte" my colleague had the "mÃ¥neskud" (moonshot) a variant of the "stjerneskud". The food was adequate, the battered fish was OK, as was the meat. The bread was boring and the butter served ice cold. The cheese was served as a messy pile. The sparkling water - did not have much sparkle....just like the moonshot.
4 based on 179 reviews
They were flexible in changing our reservation time as well as us being late for dinner. It was later in the evening so there were no seating after us. The interior and decor is very basic. The inside is nothing impressive. I think it lacked charm and coziness. I've been to a number of Michelin restaurants and I feel like it should have been more impressive. The service and server was great , friendly and knowledgeable. The wines they paired w the courses were excellent!! Well done I would say. The food was delicious and we both enjoyed our dishes. I just wish the restaurants interior had more character to it.
4 based on 64 reviews
Restaurant Leslie is located at HerlÃ¸v Kro Hotel and has 150 years of experience with hospitality, quality and traditional danish cuisine. The restaurant delivers delicious tasting experiences based on the seasonal ingredients and danish traditions. Resta
So this time I brought my wife and son along - both having problems with milk and gluten. I taleked to the management in advance, asking if i would be possible to stage a three-course meal still keeping away from butter, cream,wheat etc etc. Sitting in the hotel room now looking back at a meal served with confidence and aptitude, with complementing flavours and all the flair of a high class restaurant, without compromising the lactose or gluten limitations. Impressed!
4 based on 163 reviews
At the 150-year-old Raadvad Kro, hosts Peter and Rikke welcome guests in an idyllic pocket in the middle of the beautiful Jaegersborg Skovdistrikt - right next to Dyrehaven, only 15 minutes north of Copenhagen. The menu is inspired by the nature surroundi
Despite our GPS getting confused, we did find this place and found it was worth the search. We ate on the terrace under large black umbrellas. The lunch menu had about 12 choices along with a limited but good wine/beer list. Service was attentive and responsive. Food was excellent, fresh and innovative. Do try it!Thank you so much
4 based on 170 reviews
Combination of German cousine, Danish open faced sandwiches and almost-Inn-type-food made poorly. It is fine but lacks finesse and taste. We had the schnitzel which did not taste of anything. The cook must have forgotten to use the salt. The waitress was the best waitress we have ever experienced and the sole carrier of one of the stars
4 based on 148 reviews
Sincerely I expected delicious food with good portions. The restaurant pretends to be fine cuisine, but in fact I was disappointed, small portions, moderate taste. In the same time the service was perfect. The waiter was professional and nice.
4 based on 126 reviews
We decided on a dinner menu that sounded good: Chicken wrapped in ham, pan fried potatoes, fresh vegetables of many kinds. So far, so good.The meal arrived quickly enough, everything looked fine. But but, good things do not last at Cafe Alex. The potatoes had clearly been reheated, the chicken was bone dry. So was the ham. The only part of the dinner which lived up to standard turned out to be the vegetables, crisp, fresh, perfect.We left in an irritable mood. We paid as much as you would in any other restaurant in the medium price range but got a bad meal for the money paid.We have tried this place a couple of times before. The restaurant is good looking, service is OK and it is quite popular with many guests. But it is basically a burger place and this they can do. Do not go there for anything else.
4 based on 190 reviews
My friend suggested this restaurant as being the best in the local area and within walking distance of her house.Apparently this used to be the canteen of the former factory, and some of the art deco style is still evident, although the tiles on floors and walls mean it can be a bit noisy.They did have an English menu for my benefit, but the waitress (and my friend, of course) had excellent English. The menu, however, is very Scandinavian, with the emphasis of fresh, top quality local produce prepared simply. I started with beautifully cooked scallops, just seared, presented on a bed of pea puree, with tomato, a parmesan tuille and a watercress garnish. Not just very tasty but also pretty to look at. My friend's main course was fried plaice served with in a light sauce with new potatoes, and she enjoyed it very much. I chose from the day's specials: very tender filet of veal, the flavour was wonderful, probably organic, in a very nice light chanterelle sauce. Again, in the Danish way, served with new potatoes, and there was also some celeriac. We both finished with a lime mousse, nice, although personally I would have preferred a slightly sharper, more zesty flavour - the mousse was served with some fresh berries on the side. All in all, very good Danish cooking - wholesome, flavoursome but restrained.We tried both a white and a red wine from their moderate selection of house wines, and both were pretty good and excellent value for money.Service from our waitress was exemplary, relaxed and friendly, but always professional which is not always the case in Denmark (especially in Copenhagen). Prices were more than acceptable, our bill was DKR1025 before tip (but my friend did not eat a starter). I would certainly go back the next time I visit my friend.
4 based on 117 reviews
Located with a beautiful view to the lake FuresÃ¸en, Restaurant JÃ¦gerhuset is offering lunch and dinner. If you want to celebrate your birthday, wedding or another occasion we are here to help you. Contact us for more information.
We went there on a cool summer day in the evening to celebrate a family occasion. Had it not been so cool, we probably would have chosen to sit outside. The restaurant is situated next to a beautiful and large lake and there is outdoor seating among old trees on the shore of the lake. The outdoor furniture is rustic but of top quality and comfortable too. However, it was too cool to sit outside, so we went inside where you still have an amazing view of the lake through the big windows in the building.We were 9 grown-ups and two small kids. We had a full dinner with starters, main course and desert accompanied by white as well as red wine. It would have been nice, had there been a play corner for small kids, but there is not. The lack of a play corner did not bother us unduly - the two kids in our group were too tired to play anyway. There are special menus for kids.We had reserved the table beforehand. We knew this was necessary. It is a very popular restaurant and sure enough - even on a Monday night it was full.We had not decided what we were going to have so each guest ordered separately. That makes life more difficult for the waiters, but our two waiters managed without a single mistake. Kind and attentive they were as well.The meal was very well prepared and everybody was happy, those who had meat as well as those who had fish.A special word about the wine card: For a restaurant in the mid price range it has an amazing and very full wine card with many high quality wines. Of course the latter are expensive, but even the wines in the mid range are good. However, do not expect any wines that are really cheap here. They do not carry those.We left happy and contented feeling that the visit was worth every cent we paid.
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