We recommend making table reservations in advance. Click the red button to the right (scroll down to view the button, if you are on a mobile device). If the booking window displays in Danish, simply click the Danish flag and choose the British flag for English.
Follow directions until you are asked to confirm your reservation. Review details and click confirm to complete your reservation
Lunch from 11:30- 16:00 (Kitchen closes at 15.30) – Modern interpretations of Danish open-faced sandwiches
Our lunch menu
Afternoon tea from 16.00 – 17.00 – Bojesen’s cakes, chocolate, tea and coffee
Our selection of cakes and chocolate
Dinner from 17:30-23:00 (Kitchen closes at 21.30) – Modern Danish gastronomy
Our evening menu
THE LOCAL FLAVOURS OF DENMARK
We offer a taste of Denmark through a combination of novel ideas and tasty food traditions from all over the country.
The current menus are available from January 5 to March 6 2018.
Lunch is served from 11:30–16.00 (The kitchen closes at 15.30)
AFTERNOON TEA WITH BOJESEN’S CAKES
Afternoon tea is served from 16:00–17:00
BOJESEN’S DINNER & DESSERT
Dinner is served from 17:30–23:00 (The kitchen closes at 21.00)
- ABOUT US
THE TEAM BEHIND TÅRNET
Our dedicated team will go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your time with us. The tower kitchen is run by our head chef, two sous chefs, three chefs and 2-4 chefs in apprenticeships.
The driving forces behind our restaurant are:
Rene Hansen – head chef
Rene Hansen is the man in charge of our kitchen and menus. After spells at Bojesen’s renowned restaurant in the Opera , Rene took the reins in Tårnet. He makes sure the food is always modern, inspiring and unmistakably Danish.
Sarah Mee Poulsen – restaurant manager
Sarah is our manager of daily operations in Tårnet. She makes sure everything runs smoothly and maintains a high standard of service.
Rasmus Bo Bojesen – director and founder
Ramus Bo Bojesen has had a long-standing career as a chef and restaurateur. He worked at Michelin restaurants in France for some years during the 1990s and has since made it his mission and most distinguished characteristic to make memorable meals in Copenhagen. He is also behind the award-winning Oialla chocolate, which is made from wild cocoa beans from Bolivia.
- Dinners and events
PRIVATE DINNERS AND EVENTS
Bojesen’ restaurant Tårnet is a beautiful setting for private lunches, dinners and parties.
Send us an email with contact info, date, time and estimated number of guest to Tårnet’s booking or contact Bojesen on telephone no. +45 3337 3104.
Menues for private lunches and dinners
We offer a range of packages and menues for private dinners and lunches in Tårnet. Here are two examples of our most popular choices:
Two open-faced sandwiches – chef’s choice
A organic Herslev beer, a glass of wine or a soft drink
Water and club soda ad libitum
Coffee or tea after lunch
dkk. 320,- per person
A glass of cava and snacks
Three course meal with two sides for the main course
Wine menu – three glasses
Water and club soda ad libitum
Coffee or tea after dinner
dkk. 975,- per person
See our current menues
Private events in Tårnet
Parties of 8 guests or more must decide on a fixed menu for the entire party. We urge you to inform us about any allergies well in advance. Please note that there are rules of cancellation for parties of eight guests or more.
Tårnet’s entrance closes to the public at 09.30 PM. We are not able to let guest in after 09.30 PM under any circumstances. The restaurant closes at 11.00 PM due to safety regulations. If the entire restaurant is booked for a private event, opening hours can under certain circumstances be extended to 12.30 AM.
Your party is more than welcome to visit the viewing point for a magnificent view over Copenhagen. The viewing point closes at 09.00 PM. Smoking or drinking is not allowed.
Live music can be a wonderful addition to a dinner party but for safety reason the Parliament only allows soloists on smaller acoustic instruments. Music, speeches and songs are only allowed if the entire restaurant is booked due to consideration for other diners.
Tårnet er lukket fra den 21. december til den 4. januar
Tårnet – både Restauranten og Udsigten – er lukket i forb. med jul og nytår. Tårnet holder lukket fra den 21. december til den 4. januar (begge dage inkl.). Tak til alle, der besøgte Tårnet i 2015. På gensyn i 2016.Læs mere HER
The wine listens to Baroque
We sell a rather unique wine in the Tower. It’s from South Africa and the winemakers, DeMorgenzon, play Baroque music to their grapes. We received a letter explaining the thoughts behind: Dear Tårnet Thanks so much for the listing of our wines on your wine list. We at DeMorgenzon believe that music can influence the…Læs mere HER
Latest news on opening hours in the restaurant
The restaurant in the Tower is open Tuesdays to Sunday from 11.30 AM – 4PM and from 6PM – 11PM. Our kitchen closes at 10 PM. The restaurant is closed on Mondays. Unless otherwise is stated, the restaurant is open on holidays. Mondays excluded. Christmas and New Year’s 2014 The restaurant in the Tower is…Læs mere HER
The Tower in Yahoo Travel
Once again, Copenhagen’s position on the gastro scene is celebrated internationally – this time by Yahoo Travel who has compiled a list of noteworthy new or lesser known restaurants in the city. Here at the Tower we feel honoured to be mentioned alongside notable and wonderful restaurants like Almanak, Kadeau and Uformel. Click here to…Læs mere HER
Review with pictures at Copenhagen by me
Danish blogger Camilla Stemann Jensen has published a very positive review of the tower at her blog Copenhagen by me. It’s in Danish, but no matter your language skills you can still enjoy her gorgeous pictures. Click here to read the review and see her pictures (in Danish)Læs mere HER
Brazilian praise of Tårnet
Brazilian life-style blog Top Notch by Renate Sauer is currently featuring a review of Taarnet, the Tower, written by Europe-based José Nunes de Farias. In the review, he compliments the knowledgable and friendly staff and the “surprising” Scandinavian taste notes under the headline “A experiência superou minhas expectativas” – an experience that exceeded my expectations….Læs mere HER
THE LAUNCH OF THE TOWER June 11th 2014 sees the public opening of the Tower of Christiansborg, where the Danish Parliament resides. The tower is 106 meters high and is the tallest of Copenhagen’s many towers, providing a spectacular view of the city. The tour of the tower is free and can be combined with…Læs mere HER
- Practical Info
Christiansborg Palace and its tower are located on the islet of Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen. The entrance to the tower is at the King’s Gate, a large gate in the centre of the palace (immediately beneath the tower). See this picture. The King’s Gate can be reached from the Palace Square and from the Inner Courtyard (via the Marble Bridge and the Riding Ground). There is a lift from the entrance to the top of the tower. The stairs cannot be used.
PLEASE NOTE! From the end of July 2017 to April 2018, due to construction work, there will be no access to the Tower via the Palace Square. Access to the tower must be through the Inner Courtyard. See the map with other entries here
It is easy to get to the tower by public transport. You can plan your journey at www.rejseplanen.dk. Enter ‘Christiansborg’ as your destination. The following buses stop near Christiansborg: 1A, 2A, 26, 40, 66 and 350S. The closest metro stations are Kongens Nytorv and Christianshavn, both at a distance of about one kilometre. The closest railway stations are Copenhagen H and Nørreport.
There are very few parking spaces close to the tower and Christiansborg. They can be found at Slotsholmsgade and along Frederiksholm Canal, among other places. Parking in the area is subject to payment. Read more about parking in Copenhagen Municipality at kk.dk.
The View – Monday: Closed. Tuesday-Saturday: 11 AM-9 PM. Sunday: 11 AM-5.30 PM
The restaurant – Monday: Closed. Tuesday-Saturday: 11.30 AM-11 PM. The entrance and the kitchen closes at 9 PM. Sunday: 11.30 AM-4 PM. (lunch) and 4 PM – 5.30 PM (cake). The restaurant might be closed due to private events.
There is no charge for visiting the tower.
Access and waiting time
There will be signs at the entrance to the King’s Gate indicating two queues: one to the restaurant and one to the tower and the viewing platform. The queue to the restaurant is for those who have booked a table in advance and those who hope there will be vacant tables. If the queue is long, staff will as far as possible prioritise those visitors who have booked a table for a certain time. Visitors are recommended to arrive well in advance of the time they have booked a table for.
You often have to queue to visit the View. The best times to see the View are from 11.00 AM to 12.00 AM and from 4.00 PM to 5.30 PM.
There is a scanner at the entrance for the sake of security. As a rule, a security check – similar to the way people are scanned at airports – takes only a few minutes.
The restaurant in the tower is run by Bojesen A/S and, as it is very popular, visitors are encouraged to book a table in advance. Read more about the restaurant, see the menu and book a table at taarnet.dk/restaurant.
Smoking is not permitted in the restaurant or on the viewing platform. Restaurant guests who wish to smoke must take the lift down to the entrance, but they may have to wait to enter the tower again.
Photographs can be taken for private use, but commercial photography and recordings that require the use of special equipment are only permitted by agreement with the Danish Parliament. Read more about press access.
Dogs and other pets
Animals may not be taken into the tower. Guide dogs and service dogs accompanying their owners, however, can be taken into the restaurant and to the viewing platform.
There is a simple cloakroom on the restaurant floor for the restaurant’s guests. It is not manned and items left there are the visitor’s responsibility.
There are toilets at the entrance and the restaurant.
Only cases and handbags measuring no more than 55 cm in height, 40 cm in width and 23 cm in depth may be taken into the tower. It is not possible to deposit suitcases, bags and other types of luggage at the entrance.
Food and drink
Food and beverages may not be taken into the tower.
Credit cards and cash
The restaurant accepts Dankort, VISA, Master Card, JCB and Union Pay cards. Payment in cash can be made in Danish kroner (DKK).
There are defibrillators at the entrance and in the restaurant. Staff can operate them.
Wheeled walkers can be taken into the tower.
Parking bikes at the King’s Gate (at the entrance to the tower) is not permitted, but there are some cycle racks around Christiansborg, at the Rigsdag Courtyard, among other Places.
Tower staff cannot accept responsibility for lost property. Items left in the tower will be taken to the Service Centre in the Danish Parliament where they can be collected by their rightful owners.
It is necessary to queue up to visit the viewing platform, both for groups and individuals. Advance booking is not possible for groups or individuals. It is possible to book a group table in the restaurant by calling Bojesen on telephone no. +45 3337 3100. To book all or part of the restaurant for a party or an event, read more here.
It is not possible at present to book a conducted tour, neither as a group nor as an individual.
Prams and pushchairs
Prams and pushchairs (including umbrella strollers) cannot be taken into the tower, but can be stored at the entrance level.
Children in the restaurant
Children are welcome in the restaurant when accompanied by adults. High chairs for infants are not available.
There are changing facilities in the toilets at the entrance and the restaurant.
The viewing platform and the restaurant can be visited in a wheelchair.
Toilets for the disabled
There are toilets for the disabled at the entrance and the restaurant.
Parking for the disabled
Disabled people can park in Christiansborg Palace Square between Christiansborg Chapel and the Palace and at Bertel Thorvaldsens Plads near the entrance to Thorvaldsen’s Museum.
Visit other institutions
Check out the opening hours at the Royal Reception Rooms, the Royal Stables and the Palace Chapel.
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WELCOME TO TÅRNET
Situated in the tower of Christiansborg Tårnet celebrates and reinvents Danish food traditions. Experience the flavours of Denmark – pickled green tomatoes, raspberries from the backyard and freshly baked rye bread. The furniture, plates, cutlery and lamps are Danish – and so is the produce in the kitchen.
Tårnet is a modern Danish restaurant in central Copenhagen. We offer exquisite open faced sandwiches for lunch and modern Danish dishes for dinner.
Please note that the main entrance is being renovated – see the new entrance
Are you curious about the restaurant? See our film from Tårnet.
SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE
Use #taarnet when sharing pictures from the Tower. Here are our latest pictures: