The four young ex-Famo women behind the new Spiseri on Nørrebro have created a personal eatery, where you sit closely together and enjoy simple, genuine courses that you wish you could have at home at a price that knocks the wind out of most takeaway places and a housewife’s hourly wage.
This is a place, where you see hot-looking chicks in red leather pants out on town go for dinner, where friends hang out for an extra round of beer after dinner. There is plenty of room for the two best friends, who just want to sit and talk, but also for the loud crowd, who are out to party – well, for anyone, really, who loves cheap, freshly made pizzas made from only the best ingredients and fresh produce.
Frederiksberg Gammel Kongevej 122, 1850 Frederiksberg C
If you can stay off the delicious snacks and starters and just stick to a main course with rice, the Wokshop on Gammel Kongevej is a funky place to have a hot dinner, that does not overheat your debit card. If you want quick service come before the takeaway rush.
For a couple of hundred kroner La Galette i Larsbjørnsstræde will take you away to La France for a couple of hours: Paper-thin buckwheat pancakes, cidré from Normandy, real French service, flowery backyard romancing on the patio and lots of beautiful women.
Lots of people and families drop in at the French-inspired, children-friendly Bistrot Bobo on the ground floor of the tower block close by Nordre Frihavn. Where else could you possibly get a delicious French bistro course for around 100 kroner and drink tap water without anyone frowning on you?