Et utsøkt sted med nydelig mat i herlige kombinasjoner med nydelige og spennende øl. Superb og kunnskapsrik betjening som serverer deg med stolthet og entusiasme. Flott å sitte i bakgården på sene sommerkvelder. Et must for alle som elsker belgiske øl!
The beer oasis of Copenhagen and better still they make and serve food with specially selected beer/food combinations! Even if you are not heavily into beer the bartenders were always happy to assist in the selection process. The food in the restaurant was great, well presented and just the right portion size for 2, 3 or 4 course dining with or without the suggested beer accompaniment. Thy even have a cook book that lets a few secrets out, especially how they make some of the best bread I ever tasted. Service in restaurant even included a visit from the chef to introduce the food!
During a drinking week in Copenhagen our self-sacrificing Danish host, Skinnyviking, ordered a table at this centrally located place on a Friday eve. The food was delicious and so were the Belgian ales. I had wild boar steak covered with Belgian cheese very well paired with some excellent bottles from Malheur, recommended by a service minded and knowledgeable staff. After dinner we went downstairs to enjoy some well kept Swedish ales on tap from the Ocean and Närke breweries. A comfortable and airy venue devoted to eating and drinking experiences on a high level (30.05.2008).
Had dinner in the restaurant - includes nice dishes with beer.
The bar needs seats but has an excellent selection of especially Belgian beers - incl. lambic and rarities
madsberg (67) Søborg, Denmark | April 7, 2004| Updated July 4, 2005
The place to get the belgian beers in Copenhagen. Staff has good knowledge, is patient and always friendly. The beers are served in prober glassware. The restaurant part of the place is one of my favourites. All food is cooked with beer. They have a monthly menu that you can eat wih the monthly beermenu. The 6 or 7 times I’ve tried the restaurant, I’ve never been disappointed with the quality. Absolutely my favourite beer place.
Belgian inspired beer restaurant and bar. In the basement is the bar, and you go through that to reach the upstairs restaurant. Beer selection and staff is A level, while the clientèle can be a bunch of hipsters due to the proximity to the financial, diplomatic and political buildings nearby.
The restaurant used to serve enormous menus of food made of the beer that accompanied it. Now the menus are more reasonably sized and at most inspired by the beer. However at 500 dkk for four courses and five beers, it is definitely still great value.
Re-rated May 2011
The dinner kitchen far outshines the lunch kitchen, and the Beer-Food-matching is the best I’ve ever experienced.
Original rating May 30, 2010.
Lunch (or "Frokost" acc. to Danish meal labelling) enjoyed together with many fellow beer lovers and ratebeerians during Ølfestival København 2010. Several taps in the pub cellar, which you walk through to get to the first floor restaurant. Belgian beer line, but with several interesting additions. Service is splendid and the staff knows their beers. I pointed out that the rib eye steak was tough to chew, and it was switched with little hassle. They use beer in the bread they serve along with the food. We had two different kinds of bread. One light bread made with a Belgian blonde (very nice), and one dark bread made with Wesmalle Dubbel (excellent). You can ask about beer and food matching and get knowledgable suggestions from the staff. A sure stop during my next visit to Copenhagen, I will not hesitate to recommend Den Tatoverede Enke to anyone interested in quality meals and beers.