Best Restaurants In Odense, Denmark – And A Good Place For Cocktails juni 21, 2022 – Posted in: Denmark, Travel – Tags: , , , , , , ,

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Are you looking for the best restaurants in Odense? In the capital of Funen a wave of new and delicious restaurants has in recent years sprung up in Odense, and in 2017 alone, 26 new restaurants opened together with the street food market Storms Pakhus.

In other words, there are plenty of good restaurants in the beautiful city of Hans Christian Andersen. Here you get the best recommendations for great restaurants in Odense.


Are you in the mood for a gourmet burger, served without frills, but with lots of flavor and really delicious accessories? Then Burger Anarchy just around the corner from the shopping streets in Odense is also worth a visit. Try the Spicy chicken cheese tops and an Anarchist burger with wild boar and blue cheese and coarse fritters with truffle mayo.

Burger Anarchy is constantly developing new burgers, so there is something for everyone: with lamb, foie gras and fish – and also a burger with spicy veggie steak for the vegetarians! Remember to book a table on the website. Otherwise there may well be some waiting time – the place is very popular!

Read more here: Burger Anarchy


A summer tradition for many locals is æggekage, a Danish style omelette, at Restaurant Carlslund in Fruens Bøge Skov. Unfortunately, a tradition that had to be put on pause when the restaurant burned down in 2015. Now the building has been rebuilt, and you can once again visit the cozy courtyard for an omelette with fried pork strips. Carlslund is a place of traditions, so off course you also have to order a beer and a schnapps to your meal.

Read more here: Restaurant Carlslund


On the corner of Kongensgade and Vindegade is Restaurant no. 61, which in 2014 was named Denmark’s Best Bistro / Brasserie Dining in the Danish Dining Guide. Here you can for an affordable price get great gastronomic experiences.

Don’t miss the French dessert classic, crème brûlée. A relatively simple dish, which here is prepared to perfection with a lid of thin, roasted caramel and the absolutely perfect taste of vanilla.

Read more here and book a table: Restaurant No. 61


End the evening at a nice bar, full of life and happy people. Do not walk past Amy’s Bar & Winehouse without trying one of their lovely after-dinner cocktails!

Read more here: Amy’s Bar & Winehouse


There are many beautiful hotels in and around Odense, so where should you stay? On you can see the large selection of hotels in Odense. If you come by train, it’s advisable to book a hotel located within Ring 2, O2. Here you live in walking or cycling distance to most sights. If you come by car, it is not difficult to find a parking space compared to other large cities. Many hotels have their own parking space, and otherwise the city center offers a number of parking basements and parking spaces.

Odense offers hotels in all price ranges. Do your own search here or read the recommendations for good hotels below:


Milling Hotel Plaza is close to restaurants, the shopping streets and the train station. The hotel itself is a gem, with the charming décor of what is considered one of Odense’s oldest and most beautiful hotels. The characteristic hotel building from 1916 is tastefully decorated in old English style with deep leather sofas, heavy wooden furniture and floral rugs. Here you get an exquisite service from the friendly staff, so much as it becomes difficult to get up and go out to see some of all the sights in Odense.

Milling Hotels is a family-owned hotel chain, which in Odense also includes Milling Hotel Ansgar, Milling Hotel Windsor and Milling Hotel Mini 19.


If you want to live even closer to H.C. Andersen’s House, in fact almost as the nearest neighbor, then you should choose Comwell HC Andersen Odense. The hotel is centrally located in the cozy and quiet HC Andersen district, a few minutes walk from Odense Train Station and only 15 minutes drive from the Funen motorway E20. Here you can explore the historic district with the small shops, go to a concert in the ODEON or walk the short way into the shopping streets. Comwell HC Andersen Odense is a fairly new hotel with 157 fine and recently renovated rooms with all modern comforts.


If you have always dreamed of sleeping in a medieval castle, then Broholm Castle is a 45 minutes drive south-east of Odense, 15 minutes from Svendborg and 30 minutes from Nyborg. Here you can stay in a rural setting in the beautiful castle, which dates from the 12th century. The castle has been owned by the same family for 13 generations and is located in Gudme on South Funen. In the castle park there is a moat, a watermill and a lake, and the rooms are beautifully decorated, worthy of both princes and princesses!

A holiday at Broholm Castle is a good starting point for a visit to Odense and the rest of the beautiful sights on Funen.

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