City Travel Tip #1502
What to eat in Odense: experiences that leave their mark
WHERE TO EAT STREET FOOD
Imagine a former industrial building, the lights as a side dish and food truck of Thai, Mexican, Japanese cuisine. Imagine being able to choose what to eat between felafel, samosas, gourmet burgers, and traditional Funen food. At Storms Pakhus, you will find 24 food stalls, 6 bars, and 20 creative workshops.
WHERE TO EAT TRADITIONAL
Not far from the oldest part of the city that houses the Andersen district is a traditional restaurant not to be missed: Gronttorvet. If you love smorrebrods as much as we do, this is the place. The clock appears to have stopped at 1771 when the inn overlooking Sortebrødre Torv square was first registered.
Food aside, the place deserves just for the atmosphere, green and white checkered tablecloths, colored glass chandeliers, and wooden furniture. The hygge vibe is guaranteed here.
WHERE TO EAT GOURMET
Dining at Gastroteket is truly an experience that leaves its mark. In a very refined setting with an open kitchen, the chefs offer three different types of tasting menus to be combined with a selection of wines from all over the world. Liberal Menu for those who want to freely choose three dishes from the menu, Socialist Menu for those who want to share the menu with their diners and the Dictator Menu where the restaurant itself decides what you will eat.
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