by Dominika Galusa

Looking for the best restaurants in Copenhagen? Luckily for you and your taste buds, Copenhagen is constantly welcoming new restaurants to its food scene. Here, we put some of our customers in the spotlight.

Restaurant Bodil

Bodil Restaurant is named after the location at the corner of Bodil Street and Sønder Boulevard in Copenhagen’s Vesterbro district.

Vesterbro is located just outside Copenhagen’s city center— the Inner City or Indre By (in Danish) — and next to Copenhagen Central Station, making it a very attractive place to live and hang out. Here, you can experience the Danish vibe of this area which manages to be sophisticated and laid-back at the same time. Also, it is ranked as one of the top 10 hipster neighbourhoods around the world.

Bodil Restaurant opened at the beginning of 2016 as part of Timos & Co. business (check out all their amazing places here). Timo’s ambition was to create a going-out place that he would like to visit. He based his vision on the fact that the restaurant should be in the good location with a stylish and classy interior, an interesting modern dining and wine selection where quality of the food is excellent, without the need to cost a fortune. They were featured as one of the best Copenhagen restaurants on a budget.

The menu of the restaurant varies, but here you can have a quick look how it can look (in Danish).

The wines available in Bodil are like the food – carefully selected from personal favorites with the world as a source of inspiration. So whether you love French, Italian, or Spanish wine, there is something for everyone.


Deligreco is a Greek food shop and takeaway place located centrally in Frederiksberg.

Frederiksberg is the fashionable part of Copenhagen with great shopping and green areas. The main boulevard is named Frederiksberg Gammel Kongevej, which was called the King’s Road before. The road brings us back in the 1620s, where the history is still visible in the buildings. Many older shops are replaced with new ones, multicultural restaurants, cafés, and eco-supermarkets.

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Photo credit: Deligreco Facebook

Deligreco fits perfectly into Frederiksberg’s new vibe – you can sit in the shop and enjoy small dishes and delicacies while admiring the neighbourhood through the big window.

All of the Greek delicacies are manufactured by small local producers in the highest quality possible using traditional Greek methods. Their menu changes frequently, but you can always find the current menu on Deligreco’s website.


Salotto42 is a beautiful multi-concept that offers the true Italian atmosphere of a cocktail bar, tapas restaurant, jewelry store, clothing store, and barber salon in the heart of Copenhagen – Inner City. The high ceilings, huge curtains, leather armchairs, and enormous green plants create a classy interior with lots of ambience. Whether you want to stop by for an Italian cappuccino or for a delicious cocktail on Friday nights with live music in the background, this place is one of a kind.

Check out their awesome Instagram profile here to see what Salotto42 offers.

Best Places to Eat in Copenhagen

Photo credit: Salotto42 Copenhagen Facebook

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