Höst has the most atmospherically beautiful dining room in Copenhagen (the critics agree, it’s won several design awards). The look is renovated barn-meets-greenhouse, with white painted brick walls, rustic, raw-wood tables, and plenty of greenery in big terracotta pots. Sheepskin throws are slung haphazardly over the backs of some of the chairs and antique wood cooking tools line the walls. The set menu is three courses, but the kitchen sends out other surprise plates to try, making it more like six courses. While Höst’s dishes are among the best you’ll eat in this food-obsessed city, the birch bark ice-cream is next level.

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