424 Verified Diner Reviews

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dined on Fri, 13 Sep 2019

Some of the staff were very attentive and some were not that great. Nearly all our dishes were delicious but pork belly was dry.

dined on Wed, 17 Jul 2019

You take a lift up to level 3 and you are pleasantly surprised by the wonderful customer service and homely decor and atmosphere. The food came quickly and made for a hearty meal. A must go with friends

dined on Fri, 23 Aug 2019

Lovely to find a authentic Danish restaurant with perfect Smørrebrød in a lovely relaxed setting with a very contemporary decor

dined on Thu, 15 Aug 2019

enjoyed it very much and it was so yummy. Next time I'll try the akvavit!

dined on Wed, 7 Aug 2019

Selection of interesting and pretty toppings for open sandwiches for lunch. Selection of akvavit and other drinks. The Danish decor was open, light and airy.

dined on Fri, 26 Jul 2019

One of my favourite secret little restaurants, always lovely service
Tim Ryan

dined on Thu, 25 Jul 2019

I truly hope that this establishment survives financially because its cuisine is absolutely delicious ; the ambience is warm and welcoming; the service is flawless, and being able to have pre-dinner drinks in the adjoining bar is a real bonus. However Denmark House (aka. The Danish Club is sadly under patronised due to its remote off-street location.

dined on Mon, 22 Jul 2019

A sandwich experience like no other. Best lunch in Melbourne hands down!

dined on Fri, 28 Jun 2019

Fabulous dinner!

dined on Tue, 4 Jun 2019

The service was extremely slow Waited over half an hour for open sandwiches
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About Denmark House

Unless you have Nordic blood, you probably haven’t been to Melbourne’s Danish Club. The Danes are renowned for creating clean and simple dishes, and Dansk (housed on the third level of the city’s Danish House) is the epitome of this kind of cooking. If you’re not a member you’ll have to sign up at the main door, and the feeling of exclusivity is electric. Inside pale-oak floorboards, exposed beams, funky furniture and lighting are a reminder of why the Danes are also known for their design skills. The menu features contemporary Danish cuisine created by chef Bente Grysbaek: a herring platter, wiener schnitzel and a dessert cheese platter (featuring only Danish cheeses of course) are some of the shining stars on the menu. Its time to get acquainted with this northern cuisine. Try something new, you won’t regret it! Best Dish: pork and veal meatballs served with braised red cabbage, cucumber salad and organic rye bread.

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