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Hærværk | Denmark Restaurant

This restaurant comes highly recommended by our travellers so if you are visiting Århus, be sure to enjoy their reasonably priced degustation menu. They do not have a menu, rather a daily option depending on the season. This restaurant also won a Bib Gourmand in 2016 – and no wonder. The cooking is excellent, the prices reasonable and with most ingredients sourced from within 40 miles, it’s a prime spot to sample New Nordic cuisine, and the vibrant wine list even includes a Danish red to match the menu.

Some more ideas from the Guardian: "Aarhus is buzzing with new bars, cafes and restaurants – many of which showcase New Nordic cuisine, including a trio of Michelin-starred restaurants. While for visitors on tighter budgets, there’s a new street-food market in town. A wide range of vendors operate out of recycled shipping containers. As well as staples such as banh mi, shawarma and tacos, there are Danish dishes such as dumplings in curry at Grandma’s House and roast pork sandwiches at Stegen og Dellen – both best washed down with a beer from Ølfred.

Aarhus Ø is the redeveloped harbour area. As well as cutting-edge buildings like the eye-catching Iceberg building, you’ll find hidden bars, harbour baths, a large urban garden and promenades."

See Hærværk website here.

Frederiks Allé 105, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark