I’ve only been here for lunch, where Orangeriet serves classic Danish open sandwiches on rye bread (with a twist, but nothing too fancy) and they’re quite delicious. The produce is great: Especially the herring is wonderful. The location of the place is phenomenal: Orangeriet is situated where the first incarnation of Geranium used to be: In an old tea house from 1623 (rebuild after a fire in 1770), where King Christian IV were served tea (well, more likely beer or wine) after a stroll through the gardens. The large window panes let you enjoy the beautiful scenery of Kongens Have (The King’s Garden), which is the park adjacent to the castle of Rosenborg.
1306 Copenhagen K Web: http://www.restaurant-orangeriet.dk/engelsk.html