3.5 based on 119 reviews
Well situated above the Mediterranean court yard inside Lalandia.
Pay on entry. A little pricy by UK standards, but expect much of that down to current exchange rate on top of what is a slightly higher cost of living in Denmark. Good value relative to other options though.
Staff, as elsewhere in Lalandia, were very helpful.
Buffet has a wide range of options that were appropriate for a young family. Pizza, pasta and salmon being a few of the choices.
Desserts allowed the kids make their own dessert with both an ice cream machine and hand scoops from a wide selection. They loved this bit.
If you are staying in Lalandia it's worth a look. Discounts vouchers for drinks worked here too.
3.5 based on 118 reviews
4 based on 25 reviews
Ordered Propel'Away online. Unfortunately they got my order wrong, but they were polite and said they remake it. The cheap prices make this place a good bargain. The food is freshly made packaged nicely and convenient to carry back to your room when you don't feel like dining alone in the restaurant. Food was good. More of a convenience for me though.
4 based on 100 reviews
Very vibrant and busy restaurant. Very unusual looking menu with interesting choices. Very good service!
Menu choices looking delicious although there are some unusual combinations which I am glad I have tried once in my life time! i.e. artichokes and chocolate for a dessert! However definitely worth a try!
4 based on 186 reviews
We had dinner here with a colleague.
The waitress who took our order messed things up, and another waiter came directly with the main course, skipping our starters.
We asked him about the starters, he thought we already had been served.
She came back, brought the wrong ones.
Finally came again with our order, and served it accompanied by a "There you go", that could probably fit in a McDonald's, but not in a restaurant of that price range. No apologies whatsoever from her.
Main course service was done by the other waiter, in a normal way this time.
Food was good, but the service was clearly bad. Not up to our expectations.
4 based on 77 reviews
Everything in Denmark is costly, but this place seemed to really hit my wallet hard!
Don't get me wrong, on all occasions we've visited (multiple times in 2015 + 2016) the food and cakes have been delicious, just don't come thinking this is going to be a €2 kind of job - because it's not.
On the plus side, there's free WIFI!
4 based on 121 reviews
REFBORG Eatery offers classic dishes with a modern and Nordic twist. Our talented chefs prepare a seasonal culinary experience with ingredients sourced from the local community, organic farms and the surrounding region. It is important to us that the foods we use are sustainable, and we go to great lengths to find the highest quality ingredients and products from trusted small-batch artisans. Fresh breads are baked daily, along with mouthwatering cakes and desserts. Our selection of wines, specialty beers and beverages is praised by our guests, and includes delightful local finds as well as favorites from Denmark and abroad. In the REFBORG Shop you will find a selection of the ingredients we use in our kitchen, and a hand-selected range of delightful products for the home, pantry, picnic or gifts, which we will gladly wrap or package for travel. Your hosts and waiters look forward to welcoming you for a memorable dining experience at REFBORG Eatery.
Lovely warm welcome, & friendly, efficient service for our large group.
We had 2 large tables & had pre ordered our food. The food was very nice - we had various different dishes & everyone really enjoyed theirs.
The ambiance & decor was lovely too :-)
4 based on 37 reviews
We were able to pre-order from the menu at reception and the meal was served within minutes of taking our seats. The food was well presented and tasted amazing.
4 based on 68 reviews
We arrived at Filskov Kro after a long day of driving through heavy rain. We stopped by at Legoland to check for hours and prices for the next day. We were soaking wet and cold and shocked by this weather. It was just the beginning of September and we were not yet ready to say good by to summer.
Filskov Kro looked like an Andersen storybook place. Inside was dry and warm. The girl at the front desk was kind and welcoming, making it very easy for us to check in.
Once in our room it was easy for us to turn the heat on and get our coats dried for the next day. The room was really clean and smelled fresh. We had showers to warm up (cute shower with colorful little square ceramic tiles, however I am not sure about nordic shower design without any anti-splash mean like a curtain or a glass wall :)
The kids were happy to find a children playroom which contained also some pretty good video games. We were happy too to have a quiet hot tea and respectively, a good beer before dinner.
At dinner we felt like royalty. Everything was elegant, the white table cloth and napkins, the tall wine glasses, the porcelain dish-ware ... The music was soft but entertaining. And then, there was the food. As appetizers they brought us homemade bread sticks with a wonderful smoked cream sprinkled with a dash of crushed wood coal on top, for a more intense smoke flavor. The kids had the Filskov beautiful Burger which came with homemade golden fries presented in a small frying basket, next to the three different sauces (tarragon mayo, simple mayo and ketchup). They had the homemade icecream cake too for dessert. We, the parents, had the summer menu although the weather would disagree: smoked scallops first course, wonderful tender veal for the main course and beautiful dessert with ice-cream in fancy sauce with fresh berries. A great red wine and we were in heaven. All was divine. Cheers for the chef! After dinner, dad and oldest son play some billiards just downstairs.
The next morning, at breakfast, we learned the real meaning of a breakfast buffet (Swedish, continental or european breakfast as they call it in the New World). Fresh right out of the oven croissants, breads and mini muffins, a juice squeezer next to a bowl of halved oranges, an innovative hand operated cheese slicing device of rotating wire with a wooden platform, fresh yogurt next to fresh fruits, cold cuts of meat, boiled eggs, homemade jam, cereals, milk, cocoa, and of course hot coffee. We were happily fed and ready for a full day at Legoland. Blue skies and brilliant Sunshine this morning.
All ready for check out. All but a tiny little white rabbit who quietly remained forgotten in our youngest son's bed (his most favorite baby toy). After arriving home and thinking he was lost for good, long crying and grieving after him, we received the good news from Filskov Kro staff: they found it and kindly mail it to us (after sending a picture of him sitting at the reception desk carrying a tiny Denmark flag in his hand). Imagine the joy of seeing him!
That was our story of an evening and a morning at Filskov Kro. We wanted to stay longer. Perhaps we'll go back during the warmer summer time when we can play in the pool, play golf or tennis or explore the whimsical forest near by. And then go for rides at Legoland ... as many as our stomach can take.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
We have eat twice in this traditional restaurant. Nice location with a family story. Good meat and fish dishes in quality and quantity. I have seen also a good wine list but I choised danish bier.
If you sleep in the Kro hotel dont miss a dinner ..... expensive ....
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