|Priser:||Hovedretter fra 145,- til 225,-|
Cava Bar in Nikolajgade 18 has the same owner as Cava Bar in Torvehallerne (the big food marked by Norreport Station). After great success they have now opened a restaurant in their own premises.
Cava Bar has an authentic Spanish cuisine that specializes in food from Catalonia, one of the most renowned cuisines in the world. It covers the Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca), a large part of Valencia, Andorra, part of Aragon and a small part of the Pyrenees.
The Catalan cuisine is split into the "sea cuisine" and the "mountain cuisine", referring to the geographical areas where the raw materials originate from. Inland Catalonia often has pig on the menu where along the coasts and the islands offers fresh fish. The other raw materials are eggplant, garlic, tomato, red pepper, vegetables, olive oil, cheese, sardines, air-dried ham, lamb and poultry.
Cava Bar "sea cusine" offers fried scallops with fish roe, lobster flambéed in brandy, classic Catalan cod tartar. Among the dishes from the "mountain cuisine" are beef tenderloin with foie gras, roasted mushrooms and Spanish sausage and coarse potato / cabbage mash with blood sausage. All the beautiful dishes are very reasonable in both size and price.
The chefs are both Spanish, who have specialized in Catalan food. The restaurant at Nikolajgade was previously a Danish lunch place, which had a very dark decor. The location has now had a facelift. The walls are white, the original woodwork and stone floors are exposed and the old gate to the street has appeared. Cava Bar is decorated with respect for the spirit of the old house from 16th Century, moreover, it has a Spanish touch with the long bar at the heart of the restaurant, From the counter guests have the view of the Spanish chefs while they cook. All in all a surprisingly delightful experience.
1068 København K
Profile: Catalan restaurant in the heart of Copenhagen
Main courses from 145,- til 225,-