Kong Hans Kælder is a one Michelin star restaurant in Copenhagen, Denmark. It received the first Michelin star awarded to a Copenhagen restaurant, but lost its star in March 2014 . It since regained a Michelin star in 2015. The cuisine is mainly classical French with contemporary Nordic influences. The head chef is Mark Lundgaard.The restaurant is located in a white-washed, groin vaulted basement under one of the oldest houses in Copenhagen, a former merchant's residence from the Middle Ages, in a small street just off Kongens Nytorv. Kong Hans Kælder translates into King John's cellar.Download Download See more
Mon - Sat: 6 p.m. - midnight (kitchen open until 10 p.m.)
Closed for Sundays, bank holidays and Christmas holiday.