My wife and I decided to go here on our last night in Copenhagen and the artist was a Swedish singer, Victoria Tolstoy, who we had never heard of [we are from Canada] but the club reputation was excellent so we got our hotel to book us the dinner and the show for a couple of days ahead. We were highly impressed by the show - she is an excellent performer even if we didn't understand a word between tunes! but her band was outstanding. We would have gone just for the music had we known but the dinner was great as well.
The menu was fixed and our only choice was between fish or chicken for the main. I had the fish which was a tender and flaky white fish with a delicious sauce and my wife had the chicken which was also tender and tasty. The appetizers and dessert were also great so good staff in the kitchen. If you want to go for the food as well as the entertainment, we would highly recommend a visit.
It is a small club and the seating was very close. Elbow to elbow but we got to know our neighbours seated next to us at the long table - don't expect to have much of a private conversation - as well as some students seated in
the 'concert' seating on the other side of us. I'm guessing that this crowding together is necessary in order to generate enough revenue to be able to afford the band and if that is the case, I am all in favour of paying the band well.
So, we went because the reputation of this venue was for good jazz and we were very pleased with that and the bonus is that the food was also great. The only downside is the crowding. However we would recommend Jazzhus Montmartre for both the dinner and a show. For us, it was a great end to a wonderful trip to Copenhagen
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