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6-course menu at Vilter – This wild card on a side street in Vesterbro has been recommended by Politiken as a new restaurant that’s not to be missed

True to the name, this place is difficult to pin down, perhaps because the concept is to be wild and concept-free. They like to kick up the energy while cutting down on food waste, serving a seasonal menu that reimagines dishes from around the world with locally sourced ingredients. After cutting his teeth at everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to casual favorites like Omar, chef-owner Lucas Gorski has created a place that is as dynamic as he is. At Vilter, the vibe is low-key but the food is next-level, and as Politiken proclaims, it’s a quirky, community-oriented new restaurant that’s not to be missed.


Enjoy a 6-course menu at Vilter. The menu is chef’s choice, so dishes rotate regularly and reflect the best produce of the season. Start off with freshly baked focaccia and Psyche Organic olive oil, then taste baccalá seasoned with lemon zest and black pepper. Bite into grilled yellow beets with red beetroot pureé, za’atar, tangy goat cheese, and toasted hazelnuts. Savor veal skewers slathered with Thai barbecue sauce and served atop cucumber chili salsa. Feast on handmade scarpinocc pasta filled with roasted chicken, guanciale, and sage, as well as pointed cabbage garnished with pea purée, pecorino cheese, wild garlic, and walnuts. Indulge in a dessert of pickled pineapple topped with milk ice cream, fresh chili, a drizzle of tepache syrup, and crunchy cinnamon crumble.


The voucher is redeemable at Vilter.
The voucher can be used from today until July 25, 2024.
Each voucher is valid for one person. Purchase one or more vouchers.
The menu is served Tuesday - Saturday, from 17:30-24:00.
Please reserve a table at and note ‘6-course menu’ on your booking.
The menu can be made pescatarian. If this is your preference, please add it to your note when booking.


Tuesday - Saturday 13:00-24:00


Hip-hop music flows from the speakers, eclectic posters play a primary role in the decor, and at night, the whole place glows orange with light from the neon sign. You won’t see any servers in stuffy button-down shirts, but you will see a declaration that this is a safe space, meaning discrimination will not be tolerated. Here, the atmosphere is down-to-earth but the ambitions are high and they know what they stand for. Chef-owner Lucas Gorski’s grandma called him Vilter as a kid because he was wild, free-spirited, and full of life, and that energy shines through in his new restaurant of the same name.


Sankt Jørgens Allé 6
1615 Copenhagen V