kōnā Japanese Izakaya and Omakase From Slurp Chef

The chef from Slurp (our favorite ramen shop in Copenhagen), Philipp Inreiter, opened a new restaurant in Carlsberg Byen at the end of 2020. kōnā (translated: corner) is a Japanese eatery with an izakaya, a cocktail bar, and an omakase bar. Order katsu sandos, fried chicken karaage, and yakitori upstairs in the izakaya, or head downstairs to try the chef’s curated tasting menu. Jessica Natali (formerly of Noma and Inua in Tokyo) is the head chef of the omakase counter; her menu highlights local Danish seafood and seasonal vegetables – no meat is served downstairs. To drink, enjoy yuzu lemonade, Japanese highballs, or Austrian natural wines.

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kōnā is a Japanese eatery in Carlsberg Byen.
kōnā is a Japanese eatery in Carlsberg Byen.
KŌNĀ

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Bag Elefanterne 15, Copenhagen, Denmark
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The U-shaped ramen bar downstairs at kōnā.
The U-shaped ramen bar downstairs at kōnā.
kōnā's pork katsu sando.
kōnā’s pork katsu sando.
A selection of bits from the izakaya upstairs.
A selection of bits from the izakaya upstairs.
The fried chicken karaage was a favorite for us!
The fried chicken karaage was a favorite for us!

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Kaitlin Orr

Kaitlin Orr and Anders Husa are food & travel bloggers and creative content creators. From their base in Copenhagen, they operate the largest and most influential restaurant-focused travel blog in Scandinavia.

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