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Dinner at The Dining Room (Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel) on October 5, 2007

April 9th, 2017 by philippe · No Comments

The Dining Room

The Dining Room
Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel
Amager Blvd. 70
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Denmark

+45 3396 5858
www.thediningroom.dk

Danish Cuisine

Restaurant: 4/5

The Dining Room is located in Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel near the center of Copenhagen. The restaurant has a nice modern decor and is very comfortable. You should reserve a table near the window as the The Dining Room has a fantastic view on center of Copenhagen.

Service: 2/5

Service was good but very slow. As the restaurant was not full, that was quite surprising. They could do with a bit more staff.

Food: 3.5/5

First, I was served bread with olive oil and humus. The humus was very good.

The following appetizer was an artichoke puree. Pretty good but not remarkable.

The Dining Room - Artichoke Puree

As starter, I had the smoked salmon. The presentation of the salmon was very modern. The salmon was served with mayonaise, carrot puree and pink grapefruit. Pretty strange at first but it works. That was very good.

The Dining Room - Smoked Salmon

As main course, I had veal. The veal was served crusted with sweet potatoes, turnip mash and roasted green plums. That was truly excellent. The combination of flavor works really well.

The Dining Room - Crusted Veal

As desert, I had roasted plums. The plums were served with a caramel ice cream and buisquit. Again, that was truly excellent.

The Dining Room - Roasted Plums

Value for money: 3/5

Around $100, including drinks (sparkling water and espresso) and tip. Considering the restaurant, the food and the current strength of the Danish krone, The Dining Room is a good value for money. I will come back.

Tags: Copenhagen · Denmark

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