This little café named Sidecar reportedly serves a breakfast that will make you rethink everything you ever knew about breakfast. So’s the word on the street – I can’t confirm that yet, cause so far I’ve only been here for dinner, and I’ll tell you why that makes for my warmest recommendations:
Every night from Wednesday to Saturday the kitchen is taken over by Maobao, a team of a former Noma waiter and two nutritional science students who conjure up a palette of Asian street food. The main part of the menu consists of different types of bao – those soft, steamed wheat buns filled with tender pork, chicken or eggplant. The baos can be complemented by a selection of fantastic side dishes, namely zucchini noodle salad (personal favorite), chili wontons, kimchi and more – all authentic, fresh and deliciously presented.
If you’re like me and always have difficulty choosing between all the equally delicious options, Sidecar’s got you covered with tasting menus of 5 or 7 servings for under 300 DKK.
The attentive and incredibly hospitable staff at Sidecar can pride themselves on serving up some serious cocktails, not modest on the percentages! So whether you’ve already had dinner or not, I can’t see a reason not to come by Sidecar if you’re in the neighborhood.
I recommend booking a table in advance through their website.