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A Copenhagen museum café where guests dine in the company of statues.

Located within the courtyard of historic cultural institution Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Danish chef Frederik Bille Brahe’s Apollo Bar & Kantine is open for breakfast and night caps. The menu ranges from familiar dishes to experimental fusions, such as globe artichoke with bay leaves or Icelandic skyr with candied pumpkin and matcha. Dishes are enjoyed in the company of plaster cast statues (borrowed from the museum) or else with students from the Royal Danish Academy—who frequent the adjoining Apollo Kantine for affordable vegetarian lunches every weekday.

Apollo Bar & Kantine
Nyhavn 2
1051 Copenhagen
Denmark

  • Words:
    Oliver Hugemark
  • Photograph:
    Frederik Lindstrøm
  • Words:
    Oliver Hugemark
  • Photograph:
    Frederik Lindstrøm
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