Sans Souci – french for “no worries” – opened as an inn back in 1902 and has been a classic watering hole up through history. Now it has changed owners, and been renovated in the authentic style.
At Sans Souci you can enjoy a lunch of classic smørrebrød in top quality, and at night you can have traditional danish dishes from olden days, like wienerschnitzel, but also steak frites and creme brulle.
The wine list is ambitious, offering fine classic wines at moderate prices. If this was a car, it might be a large grey Volvo or Audi sedan.
The location is Frederiksberg, a quite quiet part of Copenhagen and traditionally a conservative stronghold.