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Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant

Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels/Christina Børding Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels/Christina Børding Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels/Christina Børding
Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels/Christina Børding
Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels
Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels/Christina Børding
Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant Photo: First Hotels/Christina Børding

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Modern Nordic restaurant where the food is prepared at low temperatures to enhance and retain the flavour and quality of the ingredients.

The chef at Madu uses only the best Nordic ingredients to compose menus influenced by the seasons. The carefully selected 3-course menu is suitable for any occasion, and served with customised wine and beer menus that refine each dish.

Madu also has a cocktail bar that is perfect for after-work.

The restaurant is located in the design hotel First Hotel Grims Grenka.

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  • Restaurants Restaurants

Hours

Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Facilities

  • Food and drinks

    • New Scandinavian Cooking
  • Price level

    • top end

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Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant

Modern Nordic restaurant where the food is prepared at low temperatures to enhance and retain the flavour and quality of the ingredients. The chef at...

Madu Nordic Cuisine Restaurant

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