In Horsens, a Danish beef hamburger, fried pork belly, filled patty shells, open sandwiches and Danish pastry is never out of fashion. Do you prefer gastronomic experiences or dishes from other food cultures?
Do not worry. There is something here for everyone.
Fried pork belly
The most famous Danish dish of all is probably crispy fried pork belly with boiled potatoes and parsley sauce – often accompanied by pickled beetroot and gherkins. The Wednesday menu at Korning Kro includes fried pork belly.
Hotel Pejsegården also serves Danish food. This also applies to the Dollys a restaurant located at the Horsens harbour where fried pork belly is served up six days a week. Classic dishes such as fried steak tartare, beef sandwich with soft onions and pickled beetroot as well as lemon mousse.
If you are a group of more than ten persons, Café Gaslight at Denmark’s Industrial Museum serves food of the decade from the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s or 1980s, made to order.
At these eateries, you can have slices of fried pork belly