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5-course menu at Caronte – The team behind Rufino Osteria has opened a lively new restaurant in Carlsberg Byen with refined Italian cuisine

‘Caronte’ is known as the angel of death in ancient mythology, but the new restaurant of the same name in Carlsberg Byen is decidedly vivacious. Here, lesser-known traditional Italian recipes are brought to life using modern techniques in a vibrant, rose-colored open kitchen. The menu is a distinct expression of head chef Marco Muzzarelli’s northern Italian roots and his prior experience at Michelin-starred Ristorante Local in Veneto. From the same team that runs Christianhavn’s beloved Rufino Osteria, Caronte is less rustic, more refined, and equally as focused on superb wine pairings.


Enjoy a 5-course menu at Caronte. The menu is chef’s choice, so dishes rotate regularly and reflect the best produce of the season. Start with seared cauliflower topped with black garlic emulsion, rucola pesto, pistachios, and freshly grated horseradish. Taste Uovo Poché, a dish of poached eggs served with two preparations of radicchio, parmesan foam, and thin slices of lardo melted over the top. Savor spaghetti with squid ink-infused tomato sauce, cuttlefish, sea asparagus, and a garnish of fresh lemon zest and chili. Get pork guancette with herbed mashed potatoes, smoky morels, and licorice foam. Delight in a dessert of cynar-scented panna cotta with salty biscuits and fresh orange zest.


The voucher is redeemable at Caronte.
The voucher can be used from today until May 16, 2024.
Each voucher is valid for one person. Purchase one or more vouchers.
The menu is served Tuesday - Saturday, from 17:00-23:00.
Please reserve a table at and note “Tasting Menu” on your booking.


Tuesday - Saturday 17:00-23:00


Caronte comes from a powerhouse food and beverage family which includes Rufino Osteria, Beviamo, Roots Vin, and two wine import businesses, FuCo Wine and Giano, which supply some of the best restaurants in Copenhagen. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Caronte’s wine list is second to none. Set just beside J.C. Jacobsens Park in the heart of up-and-coming Carlsberg Byen, the space boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, light pink walls, and a characteristic black-and-white painting of the namesake angel of death. Rather than rowing you to ‘the other side’, just imagine he’s ushering you toward a new rendition of Italian cuisine that sets Caronte apart from other places in the city.


Fadet 31
1799 Copenhagen V