Looking for a restaurant in Aarhus? SUITCASE have been there and done it – this is our guide to the best restaurants in Aarhus.

Aarhus Street Food

This casual market in central Aarhus is packed with indie food stalls, including Danish meatball sandwiches from Stegen & Dellen and BangKoch with its Nordic-Asian fusion dishes. You’ll also find condensed versions of restaurants such as Copenhagen’s porridge restaurant Grød, which also serves risotto and daal. Make full use of the big bar and watch live bands play as you eat.

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Go here for Danish tapas and sharing plates, including organic charcuterie boards served with homemade bread, raw-milk cheese and freshly made pasta dishes. Meat is sourced from the restaurant’s own small farm and carefully selected local producers, while the booze is from small wineries. Be sure to stock up on supplies from the deli to keep you going at home.

Gastromé

This Michelin-starred example of New Nordic cuisine makes the most of produce from the Danish countryside. The nature theme extends to its decor (antlers, branches and wooden furniture abound) as well as the food, with a tasting menu of innovative, thoughtful dishes: a roasted quail is plated up and put back in the forest with the addition of foliage-like crispy reindeer moss and red sorrel on top of deliciously umami chanterelle purée. There’s a clear concept here, with the substance to back it up too.

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Aarhus Street Food

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