Peder Oxe


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Peder Oxe

Restaurant Peder Oxe opened in 1978 and it is therefore one of Copenhagen’s oldest restaurants. Peder Oxe lies at the historical Gråbrødretorv, which makes your visit a big experience. Peder Oxe focuses on using the products of the shifting seasons, which gives the guest a unique exquisite meal beyond the usual. For lunch it is recommended to try the Danish speciality open sandwiches – in Danish called smørrebrød.


Copenhagen is the leading gastronomy capital of Scandinavia. The city has more Michelin restaurants than any neighbouring country, 15 in total, and Copenhagen was until recently home to Noma, which was awarded as the World's Best Restaurant three years in a row. Whether you are into bistros or Michelin-starred restaurants, there is plenty for you in Copenhagen. The restaurant scene is among the world's most distinct and innovative, and it caters to all budgets. When dining out, try the much appraised Nordic kitchen at least once. It is known for being of high quality and with a focus on using local and seasonal products.