Græsted is one of the main towns of the Gribskov municipality in the Danish Region Hovedstaden. The town is in northern Sjælland, just south of Gilleleje, and has a population of 3,573 (1 January 2015). The whole of Græsted Parish had 4769 inhabitants (2004).
Things to do in Graested
4 based on 49 reviews
WELCOME BRASSERIET is a cozy lunch and a la carte restaurant, idyllically situated on the harbor in Gilleleje, where yachts mingle with the busy fishermen Meals can be enjoyed in the restaurant on the first floor with stunning views to Gilleleje Harbour and the Swedish coast,. There is a restaurant in the ground floor overlooking the drying ground and in the summer you can also dine in our charming courtyard or cozy passage. Welcome and bon appetit
Lunch with dear friends in this charmingly quaint port-town was fantastic! Known for their hearty rye bread, this small cozy restaurant served us creatively presented fish & chips, traditional Danish open-faced sandwiches and ice cold beer.
4 based on 287 reviews
Traditional food combined with the desire to experiment. These are two of the main ingredients in the successful recipe for restaurant Gilleleje Havn, which over the last couple of years has become well-known throughout Scandinavia for its famous rye bread.
Right next to the harbor this small restaurant is situated. Actually there are two different establishments - one is the restaurant and the other is a "inn" setting.
We had lunch in the restaurant, where you if you are lucky or have Reservations can get on of the cozy booths that are situated in the front - where each has a set of double Glass doors enabling an absolutely lovely view over the small fishing habor and where you can also see the coastline of Sweden in the background. So if it is a bit overcast you should reserve a booth or if only two and the weather is playing along get one just outside however those only seat two.
I really like this restaurant it is stylishly appointed - from the cutlery to the paintings on the walls. Service is very friendly and engaged even when busy - and they are. The food is off-course still the center piece and is find mixture of classic lunch favorites open faced sandwiches through a tapas like serving ala Denmark over fish and chips, to their own variant of burgers. Not a huge card - but everything made inhouse, and done well. Also a good selection of beverages obviously no matter your preference.
Maybe it should be noted that this is a favorite of many in this well heeled part of northern Zealand so it can be a good idea to reserve a table. Also as a last piece of advice if they are selling some of their bread and other baked goods outside do indulge yourself a bit - I don't think you will be disappointed.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Excellent family christening meal Wonderful food in wonderful surroundings can't wait to re visit in the summer
4 based on 14 reviews
Albeit sometimes a bit hard to park due to its location off busy Strandvejen and limited parking it is worth the visit for the outside garden and quiet, charming surroundings. I have only had coffee here, but have stopped several times to bring friends from out of town who are allways blown away how charming it is. Hope to try food soon.
3.5 based on 174 reviews
We arrived into Gilleleje as total newcomers to this northern part of this Danish Island. The town looks delightful on a wonderful sunny day. We wandered down to the harbour and came across Adamsen's. We lined up with others and fortunately the gentleman who took the order spoke English (we're from Australia). We ordered one serve of plaice & prawns with salad on bread as well as two medium size beers. Cost was $189 Kr (about $38 AUD). We were given a beeper & found a table under big umbrellas in glorious weather. Once the beeper went off (about 10 minutes), we collected the meal (see photos).
It was delicious and once finished, some young lads collected trays & plates to help avoid the seagulls invading!
Definitely recommend this casual dining experience.
3.5 based on 204 reviews
Tis is an ok restaurant where the view and the outdoor ambiance is the best. Service was good food was ordinary and unfortunately with little taste. The Beef Tatar however was extremely well prepared Presentation however was pretty especially at the buffet. They only serve ordinary filter coffee
3.5 based on 60 reviews
We tried Saseline for a late lunch, and the place was medium full when we arrived.
Waiting a bit for a waiter for a waiter to arrive, we finally got the attention of one of the two and asked for menus. They never came.
We went to the counter to grab them and got a semi-appology from the other waiter. Returning to our tables we waited ten minutes to give our order, at which point we gave up and returned to the counter to place our orders.
Food is classic cafe-style: sandwiches, burgers, and so on and is good with ample portions.
Unfortunately we had to return to the counter in order to get our drinks served.
All in all; good decent food but somewhat indifferent waiters. This being a tourist-town in the summer, you get the feeling that the staff dont really care what you think, as a new batch of customers are always rolling in.
A shame, really.
4 based on 17 reviews
4 based on 66 reviews
A restaurant out of the ordinary. An experience you don't see anywhere. Reasonable pricing - family friendly - dogs are welcome
When you enter in this reastaurant you have the impression to be in country of south europe. I found it very nice and confortable. The food is great and I enjoyed it very much. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
4 based on 12 reviews
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