Ravnsborggade is the place to go shopping for antiquities, vintage furniture and old stuff in general. After the opening of 20a it might also be the place to go for dinner – but they have to try harder.

I went to the fairly new restaurant 20a on Ravnsborggade for the first time last Monday with my awesome colleagues from mad+medier celebrating summer and yet another great mad+medier-prisen (food+media award) successfully completed. The food at 20a was decent, but honestly a bit of a disappointment considering how many great things I’ve heard about this place.

We all started with tartar – and you know I love my tartar – but this one was a bit boring and there was too much meat compared to the topping, to my taste anyway. Beautifully presented though.

My chicken dish was lukewarm and needed salt, but the components were nice and comforting. Almost like being at my grandma’s house. The fish was barely cooked and completely cold. Furthermore the dish was way too small.

I do however want to come back and give 20a a second change. Hopefully they just had a bad day. 20a has a very nice wine list with a lot of wines by the glass as well, so if not for the food, then for the wine at least. Maybe I’ll see you there?

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