This was one of the most expensive restaurants I've been to so far - although I guess it's pretty normal in this city considering Copenhagen prices. I enjoyed my visit very much and it was my favourite restaurant of the four I visited during this trip to Denmark, so I don't regret spending the money, but it still hurt a bit.
There is an English menu and the very friendly waitress explained it to me. I chose the avocado and chili sandwich and a broccoli salad. Both were totally delicious and very filling. I also had a smoothie which was very thick (I prefer them if they are more like a drink and not like a cream) and so I could hardly finish it. More like a dessert than a drink.
I also enjoyed the atmosphere, although I prefer seats with a back and think the benches just look cool, but are not very comfy. The music was a bit too loud, I could have relaxed a little better if it had been a little quieter.
The location is great, close to Kongens Nytorv, Copenhagen's central square. This makes the restaurant perfect lunch break while you are out shopping or exploring central Copenhagen and Nyhavn.
Cons: Very expensive, No comfy chairs, Music too loud