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The charming area of Store Kongensgade, in a 17th century listed building, you'll find Amadeus restaurant serving fine Danish and European cuisine.
The building itself is famous and has a rich history; it is connected to the development of the Danish Constitution. World-famous Danish sculptor Thorvaldsen decorated the ceilings in the penthouse apartments in the late 19th century as his way of paying rent. The beloved writer H C Anderson also stayed here.
Amadeus restaurant offers a great selection of Danish dishes and can cater for lunch, dinner, afternoon teas, snacks, etc. They have a famous smørrebrød (open rye sandwiches) selection that comes highly recommended and is one of their most popular dishes. For the sweet tooth, the patisserie offers an exquisite selection of delicious Danish pastries and cakes. All of these are made fresh on site, by Amadeus' own confectioners and chefs.
Visiting during the summer months, you can enjoy your food and drinks in the inner courtyard, where you can enjoy the warmth and the sun.
Why not try the generous brunch, served from 10:00 to 14:00, that comes with scrambled eggs, grilled beef sausages and roasted bacon, two cheeses, Serrano ham, fresh fruit, pancake with maple syrup, yoghurt with fruit caulis, smoked salmon with cream cheese, a glass of juice and a coffee/tea for DKK 109. There is a vegetarian option, too. A range of omelet’s go down well for lunch at DKK 85, and if you go to Amadeus in the evening, try the Grilled butter mackerel served with potato timbale, pea purée and a creamy white-wine sauce dor DKK 189. There is also a three-course set menu with a main course of veal for DKK 349.
Amadeus is definitely worth a visit for some quality Danish fare in Store Kongensgade, and it's only two minutes from Copenhagen landmarks such as Amalienborg Palace, Nyhavn, The Marble Church, Rosenborg, Strøget and the Royal Theatre.