Propaganda is a no frills, casual Korean restaurant and bottle shop from the team behind Barabba (owned by Riccardo Marcon). The kitchen is run by Youra Kim, who hails from South Korea. The menu is pure comfort food, with dishes that pack some heat. Our favorites are the Korean fried chicken, kimchi and pork mandu (dumplings), and the galbi rice with pork neck and a cured egg yolk. One cool thing about Propaganda is that it also acts as a bottle shop – you can drop in and pick from the enormous selection of natural wines which include lots of our favorite producers. To drink the bottles in the restaurant, just add a +100 DKK corkage fee.
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PROPAGANDA Address & Contact Information Vester Farimagsgade 2, Copenhagen, Denmark Website Instagram Facebook
Have you been to Propaganda? Let us know in a comment below.
Thank you for always great content and finding the best places – consitently!
We have been to Propaganda and really like it (the casual vibe, great wine list and on point meny), is there something comparable you could recommend for a visit to Copenhagen in May (Barabba seems a little more ambitious)? Doesn’t have to be korean or even asian 🙂 Could Kona be a good follow up perhaps?
Barabba, Kona, and Goldfinch would all be comparable to Propaganda, I would say. Check out our Copenhagen guide for more information, and join The Hungries if you want even more personalized recommendations (plus VIP perks at many restaurants in town!).
Thanks! Have checked the excellent Copenhagen guide thoroughly – it’s how we found Progaganda 🙂 Didn’t know about the hungries will look into it, st0rt tack!