We have started our new menu with 25 different pieces of smørrebrød available. Introducing our new must-try dessert smørrebrød ‘Danish toast (NOT FRENCH) with strawberries and elderflower marshmallow’ ‘Cinnamon dusted Danish toast with compressed apples’ Have a look at our full menu here Smørrebrød Lunch Menu
About Dansk Restaurant
Restaurant Dansk at Denmark House is located on the top level of an office building on Little Bourke Street, and is a unique addition to Melbourne’s hidden treasures.
We offer authentic Danish smørrebrød for lunch and a 3 or 5 course Danish inspired tasting menu for dinner.
Monday to Friday Lunch 12-3pm (last order 2.30pm)
Wednesday to Friday Dinner 6pm-Late
Bar Monday and Tuesday lunch, Wednesday to Friday 12-late
Download our function pack here, call Andrew on (03)9600 4477
Book here Does your mum, or do you know a mum that deserves a break, a ‘thank-you’ or a treat? If so, why not invite her out for a relaxed Danish brunch. Help yourself to seasonal, sustainable dishes, and best of all… no cooking required for mum 🙂 LET US PICK UP FLOWERS FOR MUM Make the day memorable and surprise mumREAD MORE
…In all its glitter and glory – at Denmark House! TELL US YOU’RE COMING The world’s biggest and boldest song contest is back in all its glittery glory and goodness – this year in Stockholm. Skal! Live from Stockholm, Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang return as hosts to present the political intrigue, amazing vocals and magical costumesREAD MORE
From 6pm we are serving a Danish inspired 5-course tasting menu. The menu changes monthly, see the current menu here. Reservations recommended 03 9600 4477
We close for Easter tonight after service, but will return Tuesday the 29th for lunch. God Påske // Happy Easter
Join us for dinner and indulge in a 5 course tasting menu inspired by the time we had with Paul Cunningham during MFWF. Paul Cunningham’s dinner was a sold our success and many missed out on tickets. Available Wednesday – Friday from 6pm (no other menu available) See the menu here
BOOK HERE The Danes have been voted the happiest people in the world, but are they really? International Michelin Star chef Paul Cunningham is born in England but has lived in Denmark most his adult life. Hear his honest opinion of the Danes, how they truly are! Are they really as happy as everyone claims?READ MORE