Copenhageners have got a new promenade to stroll along. From the waterfront, where Knippelsbro and Langebro extend the City’s reach onto Christianshavn and Amager, you can now walk the whole way up past the Town Hall and the media building, Politikens Hus, all the way to Ørstedsparken. Here, just by the walking street and the Latin Quarter, where the hotdog stand owners and the Peruvian panpipe players fight for the attention of backpackers, you’ll find an authentic Italian trattoria – this is one ‘tourist trap’ that you’ll happily let yourself being caught by.
The Italian offers a large, classic menu with lots of authentic Italian dishes, such as Vitello Tonnato and Scallopine Milanese. The focus at the Italian, in the broadest sense, is on the big popular dishes, pizzas, pasta and ravioli are certainly not dirty words here.
We are not ashamed about our love for fresh tomatoes, basil and Parmesan, or a day when the weather is perfect for eating outdoors; we love it just as much as you do. On the contrary, our principal is too serve quick and easy food, made with quality ingredients, to those on the way to the cinema or those who choose to combine a business meeting with lunch. Not forgetting the tourist, who has just arrived at the main station and plans to travel further from Nørreport station, or vice versa.