Øl & Brød / København

Viktoriagade 6 København 1655
Opening Hours
Sun, Thu 12:00 - 22:00
Fri, Sat 12:00 - 23:00

For lunch we serve ‘smørrebrød’, the traditional and beloved danish topped rye bread - paired with the best beer from Mikkeller and other top breweries. Our smørrebrød is built on classic, traditional flavors, but with room for modern adjustments and a larger aesthetic expression. In the evening we serve 3 different tasting menus, these are not consisting of Smørrebrød but take inspiration from the Danish kitchen. We believe, a menu that follows the seasons will always taste best. We strive to offer the most comprehensive and ambitious selection of Aquavit in Denmark, as a suitable pair to our cuisine. Our selection stretches from traditional Scandinavian Aquavit to a more modern interpretation, and rare vintage.

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Tips from the Net @ Øl & Brød
Faruk Demircioglu en
This place was the first place I tried smørrebrød. I like the quality, the taste and the presentation of the plate. Service was slow for a cold dish but staff was compensated it with a free small glass of snaps. I liked their “deconstructed” apple pie which was extremely tasty. GooglePlace - February 2018
Mike Kalnay en
Come in the daytime for brod; come at night for interesting modern twists on Danish food. Ol throughout! GooglePlace - January 2018
kennet andersen en
Open face sandwiches (smørrebrød) was good quality but not excellent. They have several varieties of Mikkeller beer but I find that all of the beers were just too heavy for the food. The beer feels "over-engineered". No subtlety there. And the beer prices are pretty hefty. GooglePlace - January 2018
Henrik Røn en
Stay clear of this place. Do yourself a favour and go to Aamann's, Schønemann or one of the other good places serving similar food instead of "Øl og Brød" One would assume that a place with the name "Beer and bread" had excellent beer and bread. Well in this case you would be wrong. The bread was boring. The rye bread was like any you could buy at any discount store and the white bread was dry and stale. The beer "card" consisted of 10 beers on tap, half of which were "sour" style in one way or another, two were stouts so that left two IPAs and a Belgian style quadruple. I tried the two IPAs and the Belgisn, which were good beer, but did not really match the food. Value for money: One star, but the parts of the menu were quite good, so two very, very small stars it is. I also like to keep the one star for the truly abysmal place, which "Øl and brød" was not. GooglePlace - December 2017
Joel Björk en
Both the plaise and tartar was very nice. Helpful staff with great knowledge of their beer and food GooglePlace - November 2017