At the weekend, once the kitchen is closed, DJ Pult hits the decks, so get on the on the dance floor and dance the night away. From this point onwards, it's less about fancy foods and more about Øl, or beer. Up until then, in this lovely little cellar restaurant, you will be served fantastic food, the cuisine here is reputedly the best in the city. Brunch, lunch and dinner are all to be highly recommended. All three meals have something in common: they're all, without exception, homemade.
Behind the name, which is difficult for non-Danes to comprehend, lies a really pleasant and relaxing wine cellar, and so it has been since 1888. And nothing has really changed. Anyone who comes here can enjoy some traditional Danish fare like grilled herring with raw egg yolk, smoked eel and brisket of beef. And for afters? Pancakes of course! Don't let the rustic atmosphere irritate you-Husmanns Vinstue is one of the few restaurants in Copenhagen not to be shoehorned into the designer drawer. That means that you can eat authentic and delicious food.
The reason why the cook here loves to come to the tables of his guests here to find out personally if they're satisfied is clear-who wouldn't want to be praised for such fine food? The set meals are always fine, and change weekly. They are also chosen depending on the season. Onion tart, salmon tartare, crayfish, artichokes, lamb medaillons and wondeful Danish desserts are all on offer. For afters, cheese doesn't only fill your stomach, but is a challenge of a different sort, because you're spoilt for choice. The cheese cart is filled with 50 different types of cheese!