ARENSBAK started in Denmark in all the best restaurants. Now we are on our way to the rest of the world to share the new taste.
Danish/French bistro style with focus on great food in homely and cosy surroundings. The three restaurants are co-owned by the two famous cooks James and Adam Price known from TV and with astrong and long family history in Denmark from the theater, musicals and shows. Taste is the keyword in their kitchen and the restaurants are all decorated with personal pieces and art from their family.
Bistro Boheme is one of the greatest successes in Copenhagen. And their focus is mainly on French classic gastronomy. Per Thøstesen is “world famous” in Denmark and has been chef and co-owner of the bistro for more than 20 years. In his early days, he worked for the famous Paul Bocuse in France.
An old Danish inn established in the 1500s. A gastronomique pearl situated on the beautiful island of Funen. The reputable gourmet chef Kasper Tind Hassen is in charge of both the kitchen and the hotel. The focus is on local ingredients and herbs. The inn is listed in the international guide Relais & Châteaux.
One of Denmark’s finest and oldest inns, established in 1677. They serve classical French cuisine with a main focus on quality, preparation and a playful approach in their dishes. The restaurant has 1 Michelin star which they have kept since March 2007. For 25 years the restaurant has been owned by Michael Jordan and his family. Since 2013, the famous Danish cook Brian Mark Hansen has resided here.
A great gourmet restaurant situated in the heart of Copenhagen. The kitchen is based on local ingredients and old and new traditions from the Danish/French cuisine. The restaurant is famous for its Danish smørrebrød (open-faced sandwiches) that they serve for lunch and for their tasty and good traditional food in the brasserie style.
Substans is founded and owned by Louise and René Mammen. Their vision is to serve great food with local and seasonal ingredients. The restaurant has since many years had 1 Michelin star and is situated in Aarhus, the second largest city in Denmark.
One of Denmark’s finest and oldest beach hotels built in 1925 and situated on the west coast of Denmark. Today, it is operated by Louise and Kenneth Toft-Hansen. They focus on the local products and suppliers and everything on the menu is ecological and prepared in a natural, simple and honest way.
One of the oldest castles in Denmark and is more than 800 years old. Its innovative gourmet restaurant was awarded a Michelin star in 2017 and they are also listed in the prestigious hotel and restaurant guide Relais & Châteaux. The cuisine is defined as being nature-conscious and is based on seasonal local produce and herbs from the castle’s herb garden, forest, its fields and the beach.
A new restaurant beautifully located in the northern part of Zealand. The restaurant opened in 2021 and already 8 months later it received a Michelin star. The founder is the Michelin-chef Claus Henriksen. His philosophy is built on being curious, playful, aesthetic and ambitious and wants the taste of his food to be uncompromised and perfect, which is reflected in the kitchen.
The restaurant was established in 1976 in the eldest cellar in Copenhagen. The restaurant has for decades served exquisite gourmet food with very skilled chefs. Today the chef is Mark Lundegaard who is the fourth in line. He follows the famous chefs: Michel Michaud, Daniel Letz and Thomas Rode Andersen. The restaurant has two Michelin stars and is listed in the international guide Relais & Châteaux.
A Hereford Beefstouw
Denmark’s first steak house founded in 1971 by the couple Aage and Bitten Damgård. Today, they still serve great steaks and have 9 restaurants in Denmark and 3 abroad.
à terre is a restaurant with a high-end cuisine established by the famous French chef Yves Le Lay and his brother Kasper Langkilde. The kitchen is a classic French cuisine offering great flavours with a very personal touch. The restaurant is situated in the heart of Copenhagen.