Start with a glass of fizz in the champagne bar, Balthazar (open Wed-Sat), then move through into the hotel’s Michelin-starred Marchal restaurant. With à la carte dishes from DKK 240 (£29) and signature mains costing DKK 450-650 (£54-£78), it doesn’t come cheap – but talented chef Andreas Bagh doesn’t put a foot wrong, delivering beautifully balanced dishes that blend Nordic and French elements with great finesse, and plating them up with an artist’s eye. Everything about dinner was superb, from snacks of plump Gillardeau oysters in wasabi, finger lime and ginger oil, and gougeres with truffle cream and Comte, to the signature ‘Gold Nugget’ dessert (chocolate mousse with caramel, candied almonds and Calvados ice cream).
Breakfast is equally impressive – a lavish, beautifully presented selection of anything and everything you could possibly ask for, from chilled champagne and a towering display of pastries to little pots of fish, domed dishes of Danish cheeses and excellent home-made bread.
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