If you want to save on your food budget, we recommend you buy your food and drinks in local shops, markets or supermarkets. And if the weather permits, you could go for a picnic in green surroundings. Several attractions even offer designated picnic areas, often covered, where you can enjoy your food. Did you know? You can also bring your own food into Tivoli Gardens.
Denmark has a reputation as an expensive place to eat. Though you can find many fine-dining restaurants in Denmark, you'll find that cities like Copenhagen and second city Aarhus are some of Scandinavia's best for restaurant choices. It's easy to head out from your hotel and find good, cheap restaurants. You just need to look!
Bib Gourmand is an international award recognising exceptional food at reasonable prices. Copenhagen has a growing list of Bib Gourmand restaurants worth trying, if you fancy fine dining at a slightly lower price.
Over the past couple of years, Copenhagen restaurants have been awarded an increasing number of the stars in the coveted Michelin Restuarant Guide. See your options for at star-studded meal in the Danish capital.