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Jægersborggade 40 2200 København Denmark
Jægersborggade 40DKHovedstadenKøbenhavn2200
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Barney Musician
reviewed 2 months ago
Fabulous. On a quiet street with a beautful layout, cosy but functional looking (in a good way) I was offered the option of a table, sitting at the chef's kitchen bar or the main bar the last of which I took up. Again, they had wi-fi and no problem with me working from my laptop at the bar. Manfred's is known for it's fine selection of wines and although no expert myself the hugely knowledgable and friendly young woman serving me was able to go through options and guide me. I plumped for the Sommeliers Choice which is 3 glasses, all of which came with a brief and informative description from my host. I also took her recommendation for food and had a delicious Onion and Cheese combination as starter (I'm not selling it well - it was sublime) followed by a robust peppered Steak Tartare. A joy.
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Gizmoand Iversen
reviewed 5 months ago
Decided to take my wife for a b-day lunch. We chose the 'share 5 dishes' course. We asked that none of the dishes contain beef - remember this point, i'll come back to it. First two dishes were curly kale and pumpkin soup respectively, good but sparse and the soup could have done with a dollop of sour creme. 3rd dish: braised savoy - don't get me wrong i love all sorts of cabbage - but again. Tell me a story that progresses not repeats, plz. And it was burnt to f***, so back it went, but not before the waitress informs me that that's how it's done here - so that's how arrogance is served. 4th dish: purple carrots served with a preemptive defence of how it's cooked here, bon appetit! 5th dish: here comes the plot twister...beef (plz see intro). So chef comes and reiterates that it would have been nice if we had said no beef when ordering! I guess front of house don't communicate with the kitchen! The beef was replaced with lamb that was so rare i'm not sure it was dead. What i am sure of is that i won't be coming back here. Arrogance, no flair, and no attention to details - no thanks! (and guess what? i'm hungry).
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Sean Brownies
reviewed 9 months ago
A great place to give people a taste of what "Danish" food can be for an affordable price. Absolutely great taste and friendly service. The cellar room though is not cozy at all, too noisy, stuffy and not tastefully decorated.
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Antesa Jensen
reviewed 3 months ago
Warning: if you come to Manfreds any time after 12pm and fail to order the tartare, it will soon become one of your major life regrets. I don't care if you're a vegetarian or can't handle red meat. Just DO it, okay? Also, Manfreds has unfortunately stopped with their weekend brunch hours. Trust me, this news has had a more tragic impact on my life than yours, but apparently you can still get their "eggs benedict" after 12pm on the weekends. Not quite the same, am pretty disappointed, but have fortunately acquired a couple backup brunch spots that do the trick in times of need (when you wake up starving and hungover and need to eat RIGHTNOW at 10am, for example). ANYWAY, like I said, I've been here at least once a month every month for the past year. Every time, apart from my beloved tartare which should remain unchanged for the rest of time, the menu is totally different. Every time I feel as though I have been reborn to new flavors and aromas that I hadn't had before. Every time, I hate their espresso. Fortunately for Manfreds, Coffee Collective is down the street. Their espresso is, incidentally, also a pure blend from Coffee Collective, and 100% fair trade, and 100% organic (don't you just feel like a proud tree-hugging dirty hippy knowing that?), but it's bitter as hell, and I get this "unfiltered organic" thing (which is delightful in the wines they pair with their Chef Special) but bitter coffee is not my jam. Since I don't need a coffee with my evening meal, and since there are more than adequate back up options on the same block in the event I should ever feel like one, Manfreds gets to keep all their stars. You're welcome. :)
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Matt foodie
reviewed 7 months ago
To be honest im not sure what the fuss is about. We did the 7 course chefs menu and well it was healthy and wholesome, but boring and poor value. I noticed it was only the tourists that bought this, locals seemed to just buy takeaway and proper meals. That is probably the way to go. The wine was the same. Organic, no sulfites....but just so average. I have no issue eating organic, locally sourced, but make sure it tastes great, not just acceptable (we asked for their recommendation). Two of the dishes were just a plain vegetable blanched and served with a sauce of mildly flavoured yogurt and the other with an anchovy sauce. It was pleasant and wholesome and healthy, but wow not what I would call restaurant standard. The meat dish (lamb) I enjoyed, but my g/f's body does not tolerate meat which is very rare. As a comparison though, I purchase some pre-cooked pork from I believe a high end supermarket Fotex and whilst it was not healthy, it tasted soo good. Manfreds is healthy and you could eat every day, but wouldnt serve up at a dinner party as so so boring, it would stop conversation as people napped. If you are yet to go, have only one person order the taste menu and the other a proper dish. Hopefully this way you have something great to say.
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Marion Amielh
reviewed a year ago
Exellent food, very fresh. The wine is also exellent. The chef's choice is the best option to discover the cooking.