I love toasted sandwiches with everything yummy and scrumptious inside. I am fully aware that they are probably not the healthiest option when it comes to lunch, but it is one of the tastiest.
We used to have a panini press when I grew up, and some of the toasted sandwiches we made were heavenly, and oozing with yummy cheese – probably one of the reasons I haven’t purchased one for our home as I do believe we would be eating a lot of toast – and therefore a lot of cheese, and that would be no good for my waistline.
So believe me when I say that I was happy to find a Nørrebro restaurant that was devoted to exactly the humble toast: FætterFætter. I grabbed the Mr. and the girls and off we went. The restaurant from the outside reminds me of Parisian restaurants with tables and chairs outside, canopies and seating at the windowsills.
When you walk in you are greeted with stunning Bordeaux walls, and a hyggelig and cozy ambiance. The decor is cool and oozes 1970’s and the service friendly and fast. The places was busy and buzzing and I can only imagine how much fun it would be for a younger crowd on a weekend.
We ordered a selection of 4 different toasts – and I must admit they were delicious. We also ordered homemade Rhubarb and Grapefruit lemonade (I loved it – Audrey thought it was a bit too sharp), and Holly had Hancock Sports Cola (not a beer – even if it looked like that in the picture 🙂 However – and the barman did mention this, – they are very small – a grown-up would need at least 2-3 pieces of toasts, and that makes it not particularly cheap place to go for lunch, but fun and tasty. I’d be back if I have a craving for toast.
However – and the barman did mention this, – they are very small – a grown-up would need at least 2-3 pieces of toasts, and that makes it not particularly cheap place to go for lunch, but fun and tasty.
We’ll defo be back if we have an urgent craving for toast.
Fætter Fætter, Griffenfeldsgade 17, 2200 Kbh N