Ida Davidsen has been the reigning queen of lunch restaurants for half a decade. Danish royalty and global socialites are among the patrons, and the charismatic owner Ida Davidsen is regarded as a influential contributor to Danish food culture. It’s more well-known for its famous diners, such as Roger Moore and a number of Danish royals, than its actual food, but is still a worthwhile gastronomic experience.
Ida Davidsen, Store Kongensgade 70, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 91 36 55
While Danish people have smørrebrød, the Swedes have ‘smörtgås.’ The concept and the idea is the same but the aesthetics are undeniably more appealing in the Danish version. This is also the concept at Nybroe in Stockholm. The food is classically Danish, and since it’s opening in 2004, Nybroe has been hailed as one of the better lunch places in a Stockholm – a city with a rich cuisine.
Nybroe, Hästhagsgatan 5, Sundbyberg, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 70 591 10 69