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Ramen To Biiru Vesterbro
Beer and noodles - what's not to like? Another addition to craft beer demigod Mikkeller's burgeoning empire, this quirky Japanese ramen joint oozes authenticity; right down to the retro-futuristic vending machine where you place your order. Choose from Shio, shoyu or Miso broth, add your desired level of spice and then pick from a dizzying range of powerfully-hopped beers to sup as you slurp. Takeaway is also available.

Address: Enghavevej 58 | Telephone: +45 53 60 79 97 |

Come in from the cold at this cavernous indoor market, which boasts more than 50 stalls selling everything from baked goods and fresh produce to Chinese, Pakistani and Argentinian street food. Whether you're looking for a quick bite on the go or a sit down Sunday brunch, its location in the heart of Vesterbro makes it a convenient - and delicious - refuelling stop during a busy day's sightseeing. 

Address: Vesterbrogade 97 | Telephone: +45 70 50 00 05 |

Fætter Fætter
Bored of burgers? Had enough of hot dogs? The clever folks at this chic little bistro know how you feel - and exactly what you need: toast! Elevating the breakfast staple to new heights of culinary creativity, this is a veritable shrine to art of the toasted sandwich - gourmet fast food at its very best. 

Address: Griffenfeldsgade 17 | Telephone: +45 42 92 73 72 |

Affordable Restaurants

Tony's Østerbro
 A stone's throw from the national stadium, this sprawling Italian-American diner is excellent value for money, with three-course menus available for 200 kroner (25 EUR). Try the house meatballs in tomato sauce - a lip-smackingly good take on Tony Soprano's favourite. 

Address: Østerbrogade 79 | Telephone: +4538414172 |

Alabama Social
Madklubben has become a byword for affordable fine dining in Copenhagen, and this recent addition to the restaurant empire's impressive roster of eateries is no exception. Dishing up superb soul food with a creative Creole kick, this stylish lakeside diner offers a welcome dash of Southern comfort to those seeking solace in a hearty bowl of Louisiana-style gumbo.

Address: Sortedam Dossering 3 | Telephone: +45 38 41 41 66 |

In a city where finding good Italian food can be unreasonably challenging, this rustic Norrebro eatery is a breath of fresh air right from Italy's green heart. This is Umbrian cuisine at its finest - simple, honest ingredients, cooked with passion and precision - and all at a price that won't break the bank.

Address: Ryesgade 30A | Telephone: 52 70 68 38 |

Marv & Ben
A slick synthesis of old-world charm and New Nordic finesse, this simple two-storey restaurant is a little off the beaten track but well worth the trip. The dishes are small, stylish and seasonal, with a focus on honest homegrown produce; eat downstairs to see the creative chefs at work in the open kitchen.

Address: Snaregade 4 | Telephone: +45 33 91 01 91 |

If you like your moules with a side order of boules, head to this petanque-lovers' paradise in the heart of the city, where classic French cuisine and Gallic gamesmanship combine to redefine social dining. 

Address: Nørregade 16 | Telephone: +45 82 82 08 00 |

Fire and meat - what's not to like? This scrupulously modern, coal-powered eatery in uber-trendy Kødbyen may look like your archetypal hipster hangout, but its sublimely-seared meat and fish (it boasts a custom-built Yakitori grill), creative cocktails and penchant for the surreal (veal tongue with soy-infused crab, anyone?) have brought Kul international attention from serious foodies.

Address: Høkerboderne 16b | Telephone: +45 33 21 00 33 |

This kitchen-cum-market on the revamped basement level of luxury department store Illum is a love letter to authentic Italian cuisine, complete with on-site cooking classes for budding gastronauts. Offering reassuringly rustic fare from one of four separate kitchens - pizza, pasta, rotisserie and sandwich bar - it's a great place to grab some gourmet-on-the-go during a busy afternoon's shopping.

Address: Illum, Østergade 52 | Telephone: +45 33 14 40 02 |

The latest addition to the rich culinary melting pot that is Kødbyen, this elegant Turkish eatery pairs deconstructed kebabs and mouthwatering meze with punchy Turkish wines and mint-infused cocktails. Barbecue at its best.

Address: Flæsketorvet 50 | Telephone: +45 61 43 61 53 |

Restaurant Kompasset
Serving sublime smørrebrød (open sandwiches) and a dizzying array of aquavit, this bright and airy bar-restaurant on the sunny side of Nyhavn is the perfect spot for a boozy lunch overlooking the harbour. What's more, warm blankets and heated outdoor seating make people-watching in this tourist hotspot a year-round hobby.

Address: Nyhavn 65 | Telephone: +45 4422 5222 |

This cosy, candlelit hideaway in majestic Store Kongensgade serves up sublime Scandi-tapas at prices that won't make your eyes water. Get there early to take advantage of happy hour, where you can wolf down six oysters for less than 10 EUR.

Address: Store Kongensgade 34 | Telephone: +45 88 71 00 01 |

Good Quality Restaurants

Noma may be on a temporary hiatus, but despair not, gastronauts: its little sister is still here - and punching well above its weight. The decor may be sparse and the service a little slow, but the food is produced with the same passion and precision you would expect from the Noma team - and at a fraction of the cost. Undoubtedly the best value Michelin-starred eatery in Copenhagen.

Address: Strandgade 108 | Telephone: 32 96 32 92 |

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