‘Mortensaften’ A duck feast fit for St. Martin

Posted on: October 17th, 2014 by dansk 3 Comments

“The goose became a symbol of St. Martin of Tours because of a legend that when trying to avoid being ordained bishop he had hidden in a goose pen, where he was betrayed by the cackling of the geese.”

Mortensaften, November 10th 2014
Dinner service from 6pm, bar service from 5pm

St. Martin menu

Duck pate served with house pickles and toasted brioche 19

Trio of duck, roast leg, sausage and breast served with braised red cabbage, caramelised potatoes, apple and sauce 36

‘Rødgrød med fløde’ Chilled berry consommé with white chocolate and cream 15

All 3 courses 65
 

[Regular a la carte menu is still available, book now on 9600 4477]

3 Responses

  1. Pleasant greetings,
    In my travels, as a Shipmaster, I have been to Denmark and other Scandinavian countries many times.Especially Copenhagen, which I have great fondness for.I saw your website for your brilliant restuarant, and the article on duck and pate.[Morten for duck-correct/].
    I am Australian, not Danish, but I wondered if it was possible for me to become a member.Not necessaril a full member, for I may be unsuitable not being Danish.But at least as a social member.And enjoy your very finne restarent.I have, taken a copoy of the application form from your website, but may not be able to find sponsers.Therefore, can you advise.And help me.Skole.Sincerely,Jim Brunton
    Phone 9369 5136.Altona.

  2. I would like to join.Is this possible.If not a full member-then at least as a social member.I love Danish food.And know Copenhagen and Denmark well.Your advice would be welcomed.My phone number is 93695136,Sincerely Jim.

    • dansk says:

      Hi Jim, Yes, of course this is possible for you to join as a member. Someone will contact you shortly.
      Thank you for contacting us.

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