Had lunch here. The food can best be described as modern Danish - well made and enjoyable. Again highly recommended
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Had a nice lunch with very tasty open sanwiches. The lunch menu was pretty limited, but what we got was great and the atmosphere was clean and friendly.
The total of 4 meals in this great place have been outstanding. In particular the dinners have been a display of excellent cooking, using local ingredients. Impeccable preparation and presentation was good, with accompanying wines to each dish that was well thought through. The wines...More
Good food and friendly staff. Not the widest range of wines but those we had were good. Decor is old fashion, cozy and romantic. Prices are reasonable considering the high quality food.
The menu is so creative with many interesting options of food I had never tried before. However, plenty of options for my vegetarian friend, too. Everything was delicious and the flavors were bold and interesting. I had to force myself not to lick the plate....More
One of the best dining places in the southern part of Denmark. The kitchen uses mostly local food material. All is well prepared and well served in a friendly way.
Does what it says - good danish food - not extreme but just very enjoyable. In particular for the region it is highly recommended
This restaurant (combined with the hotel) in a very small town of the rural and worn down island of Lolland (Denmarks West Virginia) has risen to fame via Danish food guru Claus Meyer, who has attracted media attention after taking over and relaunching the restaurant...More
Had lunch here with family. The quality was just top notch. Yes it was "just" classic danish food - but this was simply "classics done right" - highly recommended for anyone looking for "danish open sandwich". See attached photo of their fried fish.
Dined at Hotel Saxkjobing Sunday the 22/6/2014 with 3 girlfriends from the UK. The restaurant had confirmed 5 days before that it was possible to cater for a vegetarian for the tasting menu. I had informed my friends about Claus Meyer and his impact on...More