Visited this great place several times, mainly when I started being a ratebeerian. Very cosy place, nice deco, great atmosphere, loved the fact they played a lot of old records.. Friendly, serviceminded staff and enjoyed their great brunch with a nice selection of bottle beers... A shame it had to close..
As far as I remember 8 beers on tap. I guess 50 beers in the fridges. Danish micros on tap bottled beers from various countries. The place used to have a nice selection in the celler but as the room has been changed so that you can sit there it is no longer the case. Not an exactly cosy place though. The two small rooms on the ground floor are however nice with various old furnyture. Good and variated music is played on the record player. Food is good, light and affordable. Staff frinedly although not alwas knows about the beers.
Nice, very cosy, small place a few hundred meters from Nørreport station. Went there for brunch and a beer a Saturday noon. Not a big selection of bottles and only a few taps, but everything is from high quality. Classic rock music from vinyl (yee-har). Very "personal" interior in the café. Almost like a worn-down living room. Food is a basic cafe menu, but everything seems to be in a decent quality.
A very relaxing and welcoming bar/cafe with a good, but not massive, range of beer that tends to focus on quality rather than quantity. Some interesting artwork too. Well worth visiting, especially on Sunday mornings when many places are closed.
Plan B holds a special place in my heart as it was here that, many years ago, I tasted Eylenbosch Framboise from a keg brought up from the cellar across the road and so began my love of (good) fruit lambics.
On my most recent visit it was such a lovely day that we sat at one of the five small tables outside on the narrow pavement. We’d just ordered our drinks when Jacob – a member of the party that had discovered some of the few remaining kegs of Eylenbosch on a trip to Belgium and brought them to Denmark - arrived for a late morning coffee and brunch so we whiled away a couple of pleasant hours there chewing the fat.
Plan B is a double fronted place with the bar on the left just inside the door and a comfortable area with a sofa on the right. Up a few steep steps there’s an assortment of other tables and seating which makes good use of the limited space available and creates a comfortable and stylish atmosphere.
There’s always a good choice of beers on draft including, on this occasion, four from Beer Here: Black Cat, Tia Loca, Ra Urt and Fat Cat. There’s also an impressive number of bottles available.
(Last visited 23 May 2011).
Nice little cafe that also has a good beer selection. That is: the selection is extremely good for a cafe, and not so good for a beer bar of some standard. About 6 taps with mostly Danish micros, and two fridges (one behind the bar and one in the public area) with what appeared to me as slightly random selection of beer. I also noticed that the prices were a bit weird; a 2005 vintage Old Ale of 9,5% ABV were priced nearly the same as a 3% ABV Berliner Weisse...all in all, the prices seemed to average around 45-55 DK for any bottle so of course the lesser known ones are not first picks. Service is OK, didn’t try the food, music was chilled out enough for a Sunday afternoon and the art on the walls are nearly worth a visit in and by itself. :-) Nice place all in all, will be going again.