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Casa d'Antino

Italian Restaurant

ravioli • last night • red wine • courses

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  • Photo of jim r
    8 months ago
    My wife was in Bali and a woman at the yoga retreat told her about a great restaurant in Copenhagen, Cafe Bohemia. We had to spend a weekend in Copenhagen when returning from a Sweden business trip and made a reservation at Cafe Bohemia for Friday night. We need a dinner reservation for Saturday evening and asked them for a recommendation. They recommended Casa d'Antino. We had an early seating. So we had the restaurant to ourselves. The chief came out to say hello. First the red wine that our waiter recommended was great. Then the bread was yummy. The paste was al dente style. The whole experience was wonderful and made our Copenhagen weekend worthwhile. Jim Rischar
  • Photo of 847pierc
    9 months ago
    I had a quick dinner at this restaurant and I really recommend it for the quality of the ingredients and the authenticity of the dishes. Did not try their wines but the selection is impressive.
  • Photo of ConnaisseurBram
    10 months ago
    Wow, this espresso are like heaven, taste, temperature and amount... The tatar with quail eggs and berry, took the tatar to the gourmet level the trendy way... The owner served the French and South Italian with passion and the temperature was perfect 👌 Traveling for this lunch makes since!
  • Photo of eangelm
    a year ago
    Went here some years ago and it was excellent. Whether or not it has changed hands, I don't know. But the decor has certainly been updated and it is quite open and airy. The restaurant was not at all busy, only 4 tables occupied, including our table, and a total of 7 people dining, three of whom arrived around an hour after us. The menu choice is quite small and one of the dishes indicated home made chickpea pasta (i.e. pasta made using chickpea flour). So as I am gluten free asked the waiter if this item was free from gluten and was told yes, and so ordered it. Around 30 minutes the waiter returned advising that the dish was not gluten free at all, but that they did have a gluten free pasta (obviously not home made) which they could substitute. I agreed. After another long wait, our meals finally arrived. My gluten free pasta was hardly cooked at all and the fish sauce was far too "fishy"; the smell hit me as soon as the meal arrived. My dining companion had ordered ravioli, which was good, but a tiny, tiny portion. The service was unbelievably slow.
  • Photo of ConnaisseurBram
    a year ago
    The food are exclusive and traditional Italian ☺ The wine are served and introduced with passion, knowledge and time for additional information if you like more ☺. In this restaurant nothing is random.... The small sides to the food, cheese and desert are home made ore specially chooses! Damm good atmosphere and nice and clean too!!
  • Photo of cric_crec
    a year ago
    Very average-poor quality of the food. The meat was supposed to be cooked at low temperature for 24h and it was completely raw and stiff. I asked to change and the next pieces were not raw, but still not tender. They served the red wine too cold and the general service was way too slow.
  • Photo of Mukhlisin2016
    a year ago
    the food is excellent, especially the ravioli, very delicious, the service is quick, the staff are friendly, highly recommended
  • Photo of Mattias O
    a year ago
    've been here invited by the chef, which has paid for me. Impossible to write a bad review after a free diner. But now, I've decided to say my truth. They have put me in a corner, hidden from everybody. The service was good, but too fast, in 30 minutes I've eaten all the serves, and felt like if "it was time to go". Let's talk about them. I felt like eating in a Polish restaurant: so far from the Italian cousine. The "tortellini tradizionali di Parma" was nothing like a real traditional dish from Italy. Six (six!!!) tortellini swimming in a salt soup, I had to eat each one with a glass of water. The meat was just a piece of fat pork with a disgusting vegetable cream, uneatable. The dessert? An anonimous ice cream with pieces of a crumble of something unknown and some vegetables with sugar, disposed like if they fallen in the dish. No wine offered. Really a bad experience. Disgusting, never there again. I've also checked the prices on the list.. Just... WOW. In the negative meaning.
  • Photo of Holmstrup
    2 years ago
    We had a very good dinner, 4 courses. Very tasty and recommendable. The wine as suggested by our nice waiter was just great. One of the best thing about the restaurant was the relaxed atmosphere and the top-quality design of furniture. Experiencing the chairs of Finn Juhl with good food and a glass of wine was something to remember.
  • Photo of Isha M
    2 years ago
    This restaurant was initially recommended to us by our hotel's (Christian IV) receptionist, when we enquired about Italian restaurants. It's located literally right next door and we had dinner there on our last night in Copenhagen. It is definitely a fine dining place (something we didn't know before we walked in!) We hadn't made prior reservations, but thankfully the restaurant was not very full and they showed us to a table by the window. Their menu was quite simple. We decided to order a la carte instead of the sampling menu. They had an excellent wine collection and even made a vegetarian starter and main course for me, on special request. My husband's ravioli dish and steak were very good. The portions are not huge, but quite rich and filling. We decided to skip dessert and take walk to Nyvahn to have local ice-cream instead. But judging by the other 2 courses, I'm sure the dessert would have been great too!
  • Photo of Bobsk1
    2 years ago
    We enjoyed our meal in this restaurant and found the staff friendly and attentive (and tolerant of my poor Italian). The pricing seemed representative of decent restaurants in Copenhagen, but don't expect huge helpings of food. This is very much quality rather than quantity.
  • Photo of Warren1212
    2 years ago
    OK, it's what I would call an expensive restaurant in an expensive country but once you get over that, the food, wine & service are exceptional. The presentation is everything you would expect from a good restaurant and they do seem to out their twist on a few classic Italian favorites.
  • Photo of JensPetterStrommen
    We dropped in for a dinner a tuesday evening. We chose the 4 coarse dinner, a really good choice, and great value. First we had tomatoes, cheese and garlic crumble - superb. Then a spagetti with a cream sauce and vegetables - also very good. The main was a steak with eggplant and onion pure. Again very nice. For dessert we got marinated peach with ice-cream and a very nice crumble. Everything was presented and served just like it should be, but without smile and quite an arrogant attitude. Lovely wine as well...
  • Photo of LisaJane072
    2 years ago
    Wonderful service, delicious food, great wine (one of the cheaper bottles from their enormous selection). Highly recommended!
  • Photo of Mannika
    3 years ago
    Beautiful restaurant, nice atmosphere and lovely food. The staff took a little while to warm up, once they did the service was much better. The food was very tasty but I felt the menu was extremely limited. While it was a nice meal with good food. I don't think I would recommend it to a group, especially fussy eaters. More a foodie couple type place.
  • Photo of Holdendriver
    3 years ago
    This is a lovely restaurant, just as good for a business dinner as a private night out. The quality of food is really excellent, and the ambiance friendly. The service at the business dinner we had was slow, with long gaps between courses, but the food which eventually arrived was worth the wait!
  • Photo of Sonja H
    3 years ago
    We visited Casa D'Antino for dinner last week. We were pleasantly surprised to find out how simple the menu was :) makes life so much easier ;) And since I don't eat meat, we asked if it was possible to replace the veal with fish or chicken. The chef did a great job in preparing a delicious fish for me so that I could still go for the menu. Needless to say the menu was accompanied by a great red wine from D'Antino's own wine shop (yes, they also sell wine as part of their wine shop - same location). The ending was perfect - a very nice, ice creamy, caramel, chocolatey dessert : )
  • Photo of MaryEhret
    4 years ago
    We ate at this restaurant on our last night in Copenhagen. It is next door to our hotel, Hotel Christian IV. The prix fixe menu was too much food for us, so we each opted to get 2 courses. We both got the pasta with fresh tomatoes, capers, and fresh parmesan. For my 2nd course, I got the steak salad and my sister got the veal tartare. Both were very good. With each course we had a red wine recommended by our waiter - they were perfect matches for our meal.
  • Photo of Asa74
    4 years ago
    Loved it! Loved it! This is the place to go. We were presented with one course after another and could not believe the great tastes and textures. Went there with 8 colleagues and will go there again with friends and family.
  • Photo of MikkelTorsting
    4 years ago
    Great choices of wines - Nice italian food, good location, and really cozy environment. I can only recommend

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