Fancy some droolworthy dim sum or sushi? We’ve got all your cravings sorted with these top Asian restaurants in Copenhagen. There’s an exciting range of Asian eateries in the city, serving up everything from steaming bowls of ramen to Thai dishes.
Here’s our picks of the absolute essential spots…
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We listed Barshu among the top Chinese restaurants in Europe, thanks to its delectable dishes full of flavour and traditional ingredients. Scandanavia seems to love delicious Sichuan food, and Barshu has hopped on that trend. Chow down on seabass with Sichuan pepper and crispy duck.
This stylish Thai bistro comes from the folk behind Michelin-star Kiin Kiin, so you know it’s going to be great. Ricemarket serves simple, yet flavourful authentic Thai dishes at affordable prices. There’s lots of delicious food on the menu, such as their famous red curry and pomelo salad with grilled shrimp, lemongrass & spicy marinade.
GAO highlights their food as a bridge between Hong Kong and Copenhagen, serving up dumplings that unite the two cities in culinary harmony. There’s two locations in Copenhagen, so you’re never too far away from this dumpling heaven. Mix and match dumplings of juicy pork with cabbage, five mushroom, spicy pork or chicken for a real feast.
In the mood for sushi? You can’t go wrong here. Hachi Sushi puts a huge emphasis on offering world-class sushi for takeaway, which is a growing market. You won’t be sacrificing any quality by eating it at home because they are masters of detail in everything that they do.
Gourmet maki rolls include crispy shrimp and avocado with flaming salmon, chili mayo and strawberries.
What exactly is hot pot? It’s simple. A pot of boiling soup is placed in the middle of the table. Then, you cook the ingredients in the broth, from meats to mushrooms, vegetables, dumplings and other Asian specialties. You can gather around a steaming hot pot at this fantastic Asian restaurant in Copenhagen.
Kung Fu is the best parts of a traditional Japanese Izakaya mixed with a funky bodega and cocktail bar. The cuisine is ‘Western’ meets Asian traditional dishes & ingredients. There’s duck confit baos, soft shell crab, ramen and other tasty bites. Be sure to try the noodles with Lanzhou beef, scallion, kimchi, cashew nut, coriander &sweet ginger sauce. *drools*
For authentic Vietnamese food, this cosy restaurant always hits the spot. The food here has all the perfect elements from Vietnam: spicy, salty, sweet, strong, fresh and fried. Try LêLê’s famous lime lemonade to wash all that great food down with.