Nyhavns Færgekro / København K

Nyhavn 5 København K 1051
Opening Hours
Sun 10:00 - 22:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 11:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 10:00 - 22:30
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Critic Reviews @ Nyhavns Færgekro
Nyhavns Færgekro
Nyhavns Færgekro An atmospheric café right on the canal, this popular spot has an all-you-can-eat buffet with 10 different kinds of herring, including baked,... ... continue Lonely Planet
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Mélissa-Sophie Pesant en
Great Danish restaurant. Lovely service and food. GooglePlace - February 2017
Steve Brown en
Stumbled upon this little restaurant as we strolled down through Nyhavn, lovely atmosphere within & excellent service from a lovely waitress. The Danish meatballs with a potato salad (sour cream & chive) are to die for. The Nyhavn selection on the other hand wasn't really to my taste but it is a must to try local food. It is rather pricey, but if you ask for tap water you soon see that you can save a fair bit. GooglePlace - February 2017
Naomi Scott-hayward en
Servous was bad. Greeted poorly and menus thrown onto the table. Then the waiter had a cut on his hand that didn't have a plaster on it. The same waiter finished serving us quickly and then answered his personal mobile phone while still on the floor of the restaurant. The food was good. Tasty and well presented. Expensive for copenhagen. After we finished our main they took ages to take away our dishes. And we waited a while for the dessert menu. Won't be going there again. Don't recommend it for anyone. (We were there on a Sunday at about 4.30pm) GooglePlace - January 2017
Martin Geisler en
We had some great "smørrebrød" here. The fish meatballs (fiskefrikadeller) are great. A particularly nice touch was the "snaps" offered: they have many different flavors that they mix at the table. GooglePlace - June 2016
Mark Stevenson en
An Impromptu lunch on a chilly day saw us arrive without booking to a reasonably busy restaurant. Staff were superb throughout, very friendly and welcoming, and well able to make recommendations from the menu. Onion soup was perhaps a little watery, but that is a preference not a criticism, and it was delicious regardless. I had the lunch plate which featured roast beef with fresh horse radish, smoked salmon, Chicken salad, shrimp and a selection of breads. Splendid food and very fresh. My wife had the soup and the meatballs which I am assured were excellent. 2 hot chocolates and an aquavit and the bill came to £45. Very good and well worth a visit. GooglePlace - January 2016