Tucked away on a side street, this restaurant remembers past times while maintaining the quality of its dishes.
Traditional food in a place with character.
Known as one of the greatest exponents of Danish cuisine, the Schønnemann mixes tradition and modernity in this restaurant that has been on Hauser Plads since 1877. If the creaky wooden floor with its sandy surface surprises you, you'll need to know that it is not dirty, the sand is a feature that is kept there and even renewed. It is a souvenir of the times when the coal miners and peasants used to flock to the bar in their dusty boots from Gribskov and after going to the market. From then until now has become a restaurant renowned for its caramelized herrings, smoked eels, salmon sandwiches, patés and rye bread baked in the restaurant itself. It is very popular with the locals, so booking is advisable. Don't forget to try their local schnapps, a local product made by fermenting cereal or fruit.