A really nice place, I have never been to a BA in Sweden so I can’t comment on that. It is however somewhat different. It has a great selection of beers and very good food. The prices are normal for the city. Service was spot on and very friendly staff.
The single Danish branch of the Swedish pub-chain. Excellent location in inner city Copenhagen with Kongens Nytorv metro-station nearby. The interior is absolutely fake, as seen on every other Bishops Arms: Dark wooden panels, and glue-on English pub decoration, not helping ambience a lot, the place lacks personality. Big windows facing Ny Østergade is entertaining: Good opportunity to glance at the fashionable and rich ones outside. A big room with long bar, booths and tables, and a "library" attached. About 25 beers on tap, did not look for bottles. To many macro-choices, however still a good number of high quality stuff. Good food and friendly service. Bloody expensive - this is Copenhagen! Will go there again.
Really enjoyed my time here, the bartenders were really nice, Helped us pick beers we would like and it has a really nice feel. It is fairly dark, they had a good tap selection and a nice bottle list, overall good place and I would go hear again
Visited 16-DEC-2011. Friday night not very crowded. Easily got a place to sit four people. Nice tap selection. Did not try the food. Overall fine Bar. Customers are grown ups and staff is friendly.
JanLaursen (66) Copenhagen, Denmark | December 3, 2011| Updated August 11, 2012
This sweddish chain calls itself a Gastropub. Well, it’s a pub, for sure, but the food is below standard and unaesthetic slapped up on crowded plates, The staff has only little knowledge of the beers they sell. There are 30 beers on tap but quite a lot are either industrial beers (Carslberg, Kilkenny etc:) or Danish Micros that are easy to find served with more love at better bars. The decor is brown and cheap, made to look dark and woody and comfortable giving it an unpersonal feel.
The Swedish chain opened its first place in Denmark on this spot that is not exactly easy to find. You cannot sit outdoor but in summertime all the doors wil be opened. The room is quite large with a good deal of tables and benches as well as small tables and chairs and even a library. The first thing you will spot is, however, likely to be the long bar with a lot of taps, about 20 I guess, a few of them with cask beer. You will also find a large selection of bottled beer and 300 whiskies. Food is good but not exactly cheap. Staff friendly but does not know too much about beer.
Nice typical Bishop Arms style as I know it from Sweden. Quite ordinary beers on tap though when I was there, several taps were not in use. Got told I came on a bad day as they had problems with delivery. Very nice service.