Visit the Michelin-starred restaurant 108 by the canal and indulge in ambitious modern Nordic gastronomy, moderately priced and in cool surroundings.
Copenhagen’s 108 opened in 2016 and is the sibling of world-famous restaurant noma and is charmingly located between Christianshavns Canal and the new bridge Inderhavnsbroen. 108 holds one star in the Michelin Nordic Cities guide.
Carrying on some of the philosophies known from noma and the new Nordic cuisine movement, 108 hits the sweet spot between the modern, urban, ambitious and the accessible dining experience.
Like noma, 108 base their cooking on local ingredients and traditional cooking methods such as foraging, pickling, fermenting etc. Resulting in top-class gastronomy but more affordable than at their famous older sibling.
Chef and co-owner, Kristian Baumann and his team has created an urban restaurant that through its food, maintains a close proximity to nature. The menu is a la carte, providing you with the freedom to make the evening your own. Be it for a simple one-course meal and a glass of wine, of the full experience maybe together with your family or a group of friends.
If you are a group, consider their “livretter”, meaning “favourite dishes”. These are family-style servings for the entire table. It could be a whole grilled fish, a shoulder of lamb braised in its own juices, or grilled vegetables with a variety of sauces.
Besides, 108 has turned a small corner of the building into a walk-in space for coffee and wine, opening in the morning for coffee and homemade pastries and for wine from midday onwards.