Kino Victoria is a seriously plush cinema. It’s relatively small, with four salons ranging from 290 seats to just 46. That means alongside big budget Hollywood blockbusters, it also shows lots of local films, indie docos, and foreign movies.
Patrons enter through Spiseriet Victoria, the Spanish-influenced restaurant attached to the cinema. You can have dinner there before or after your movie, or head straight for the bar selling snacks, cakes, coffees, beer, wine and spirits.
The foyer is gorgeous, decked out in classy Nordic design. The cinemas themselves are a treat – perfectly clean, NO popcorn (I once worked at a cinema and had popcorn nightmares for years), with cosy red chairs that recline to the perfect angle. Each seat has its own little table for your wine.
It’s a good idea to book online beforehand, and select your seat. You can also make a restaurant booking through the website. The cinema’s liquor licence means children under 18 are only allowed in with a parent.