Hadsund (Danish: [haðˈsɔnˀ] ( listen)) is a city in the eastern part of Jutland with a population of 4,883 (January 1, 2014) (5,360 incl. Hadsund South). The city is located by the narrow strait Hadsund, a part of Mariagerfjord. This is a part of Mariagerfjord Municipality in North Denmark Region. Until 2007, Hadsund was administrative seat of Hadsund Municipality.
Things to do in Hadsund
3.5 based on 26 reviews
The "Luksus stjerneskud" was served with with canned asparagus and surimi alongside a tired toast and 2 small tasteless plaice filets . For sure 159 DKK is not much money but then at leas don't call this luxury . My friend had a below-standard hamburger with French fries that came along in an irritating red coloured bun. Better use more taste and less colour next time . The service was friendly , the view great and the beer cold. Have seen better value for money places than this one
4 based on 25 reviews
Four of us had an evening meal at this enchanting restaurant with a difference. We were advised to specify our choice of food the evening before by phone. We had three courses each with 3 x 500ml beers, a bottle of Red Wine and a cola all for KR1270 which at an exchange rate of Kr10 to £1 was really good value. The food was very good especially my pancake as dessert which was excellent. When I tried to pay with a UK Visa Card this was not accepted for reasons which weren't entirely clear. The owner had our Danish friends' phone number and was more than happy for me to return the following day with cash, which I did.
4 based on 28 reviews
4 based on 5 reviews
Vi vendte tilbage til Als Badehotel/Kro til torsdagsflæsk. Stedet er pænt restaureret, og der var nok af både flæsk, kartofler, sovs og tilbehør.
Men flæsket var meget fedt, sovsen salt og måske en anelse for tynd, og kartoflerne var kedelige. Prisen var lav - 105 kr., betjeningen venlig - og vi havde en god aften, men alligevel...
4 based on 22 reviews
Pleasently suprised by this restaurant.Classic danish style in a very nice setting overlooking Mariager fjord.Waiting staff spoke good english and were very freindly.As mentioned the food is classic danish done well,generous portions at a good price.All in all will certainly go back in the future.
4 based on 4 reviews
Et rigtig godt at købe pizza. Et stort udvalg og vi valgte alle forskellige pizzaer og de var alle gode.
Eneste lille minus er at det tog et kvarter længere end de oplyste at få dem klar men de er værd at vente på.
4 based on 121 reviews
We went with friends for dinner and actually have been going to Da Vinci's for over 20 years. We have watched it grow and mature over the years from a tiny little place with the best pizza to a fine restaurant. The food never disappoints and we had a great time. My Carpaccio was delicious and the Vitelli Tonatto was very popular. We enjoyed good wine both white and red. The Serving staff could probably do with a little more drink knowledge where the different after dinner drinks are concerned but overall it was as always a terrific experience.
4 based on 1 reviews
3.5 based on 7 reviews
As it was one of the few places open on a Sunday Afternoon the choice was simple. I was the only dine-in guests and served very quickly. The choice of pizzas is wide and the dough is made fresh. After 15min I got my dish and a glass of the red house wine that tasted well enough.
What I really misliked was the smell of the place. Due to the open kitchen, and the steaks they offer there is a smell of smoke and grease in the air.
Recommended for quick good food alone or Delivery service. Not so much for dine-in.
4 based on 5 reviews
A cozy atmosphere with music furniture magazines and dishware from 1940. The food is tasty traditional danish at a good price.
Impatient people beware, since it's a small town it's only Laura and a chef, so don't expect speedy service when they are busy. There is only so much 2 people can do at a time.
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