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Fresh, young blood run the cultural dining house and serves unique menu.

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Spisehuset

Fresh, young blood run the cultural dining house and serves unique menu.

Spisehuset

Indre By

Fresh, young blood run the cultural dining house and serves unique menu.

Why you should dine here:

  • Young owner follows in the footsteps of the family
  • Welcoming, warm service
  • Historic culture house with edge and soul

 

Townhouse with an edge and soul

The townhouse on Magstræde has previously acted as the town's folk kitchen, but now attracts guests with a refined, yet simple, menu.

"We want to make a simple and sharp menu, well paired with wines and at a reasonable price," says Spisehuset's new owner, the young 24-year-old Ruben Scheftelowitz.

If you eat at Spisehuset, there are 7 dishes to taste. The menu is weekly changeable and tempts with both meat and vegetarian dishes. In addition, fresh market goods are traded locally and dictated by the Nordic ingredients, there are personal interpretations and twists from culinary world cuisines on the menu.

 

Cultural dining attracts new audiences

There may be skewed angles in the old townhouse, but the reviews are sharp. On Facebook, a couple of the guest reviews read:

"A cozy eatery with great food and sweet staff"

"The food is right in the cupboard!"

"I love everything about the Dining House."

 

Informal dining house with charm

There are lots of skewed angles, exposed beams and small features in the house here. There is a full screw on the atmosphere and a welcoming servicing.

Gather the family around the table and invite to a communal meal with friends. The old spirit of communal dinners is still close to the young owner, where the driving force i.a. is to gather and contribute to the community with great food and good experiences.