6 Affordable Michelin Guide Restaurants in Copenhagen

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It might not be the first city to come to mind when you think of fine dining, but if you’re a foodie, you’ll know that Copenhagen is up there with the world’s best gastronomic destinations. One of its most famous restaurants Noma has reached the top spot on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list several times. Because the city boasts so many great eateries, you don’t need to spend a fortune to enjoy the seasonal, experimental and aesthetically pleasing menus that the Danish capital is known for. Here you’ll find six reasonably priced spots that all boast Bib Gourmand awards.



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Norrlyst’s lunch menu revolves around the Danish open-faced sandwich smørrebrød, which is made up of dense sourdough rye bread. Traditional toppings such as herring are arranged with precision, making them look almost too perfect to eat!

Marv & Ben


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This spot uses fresh, seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients and offers two tasting menus: Six Favourites or Fast Four. You can also choose just one or two of the dishes to try, each of which cost no more than £18.



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This laidback, welcoming eatery offers a generous range of smørrebrød, all of which cost less than £25. You can accompany your chosen open sandwich with a glass of craft beer or perhaps a homemade aquavit…



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This cool corner bistro offers an intriguing and varied menu, which features everything from small tapas-style plates to pasta dishes and even köfte. They’re also known for their creative house cocktails.

Silberbauers Bistro

This French bistro, complete with red checked tablecloths, serves up hearty classics with a particular focus on fish and shellfish. It also boasts an impressive wine selection, including plenty of natural options.


Enomania’s wine list features over 600 bottles, and you can book a tasting in the cellar if you want to learn more. Upstairs, you can pair your chosen vintage with an Italian dish from a small but tempting menu that changes weekly.