Hidden in the cobbled Helgolandsgade, near Copenhagen central station, you will recognise the Bento restaurant by the Japanese flag that tells you that you've arrived at the city's sushi temple. It is run by a Japanese family who guarantee you the tradition and quality that you probably wouldn't find in a franchise. They don't accept credit cards, so take cash if you don't want to be disappointed. With affordable prices and generous portions, Bento will serve you their boxes to eat in or take away with oriental delicacies like 'tofu with salmon tartare and seaweed salad', 'toasted yakitori with miso soup' or 'soybeans with sea salt and grilled eel'. Vegetarian customers will also find an ample menu to choose from, always accompanied by authentic Japanese beer.
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