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Located in Kødbyen, Copenhagen's former meatpacking district, Paté Paté is aptly named, given that it’s come to life in a former pâté factory.

Paté Paté is the kind of light-filled space you could spend all day in, moving from morning coffee in the sparsely decorated, classically Danish café,  to dinner in the more expansive restaurant with wine-laden shelves and a mix of casual seating.

The fare is Spanish- and French-inspired with a variety of small, fresh plates that are perfect for sharing among friends, which makes sense given that the latest venture of the brothers behind Paté Paté is a tapas-style restaurant in the heart of the city. Return here any day for a midday meal of light salads and, of course, your fill of pâté.

Paté Paté
Slagterboderne 1
1716 Copenhagen K

  • Photographer:
    Tec Petaja
  • Photographer:
    Tec Petaja
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