Rune Jochumsen and Kristian Moeller are in the same league as Tim Mälzer and Jamie Oliver. It's just that they're not quite as famous...at least outside of Denmark. The people of Copenhagen, at least, have known about their talents for ages, and they are also aware that it's just a matter of time before a visit to Formel B is called for. Take the chance and enjoy the quiet before the storm. This place offers a fabulous mix: French cuisine made from Danish ingredients. If you like the taste, which you undoubtedly will, then you can visit again and again and again. The set menu is changed every two weeks.
The coffeehouse reminds one of Vienna, and the menu of Paris, while the dignified chic is distinctly Bohemian. In Victor, you can sip white coffee all afternoon, and for anyone who likes the nobler side of life can also order a glass of Champagne and some oysters. Cafe Victor was outfitted by 12 top Danish designers, so it's very stylish to look at. Despite that, you don't have to sit here like you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth, instead you can sit back casually and simply relax. That's why Victor quickly became one of the most popular meeting spots in Copenhagen. Here, right in the centre, is where many a long night begins...
The times of drinking holes being down by the Nyhavn are long gone; today, people of all ages meet here, both locals and tourists, from all walks of life. In short, half of Copenhagen head to the Nyhavn after work. Despite the high number of natives in the area, you still have to be careful not to fall into a tourist trap, where you can spend far too many Krone on little quality. Cap Horn is guaranteed not to be a a rip-off for tourists. Anyone who finds themselves here will be treated to local cuisine made from organic ingredients. You must try the freshly landed fish!