NENI - the name is an acronym for Nuriel, Elior, Nadiv and Ilan. Haya Molcho's choice to use the names of her sons to give NENI its name perfectly reflects the restaurant's philosophy. Family is one of the most important things in her life. Her family has always eaten together and the house was often full of guests - so sharing was a key part of mealtimes. This principle lives on at NENI. Diners are treated like guests in the home of friends.
Gil runs the only kosher butcher shop in Denmark. Here you can by kosher meat and som delicatessen, kosher wine, matzah. Opening hours: Monday – closed Tuesday-Thursday – 10am-5pm Friday – 8am-1pm
Daniel and Almog runs the kitchen in the Jewish Community Center in Krystalgade 12. You can order kosher catering from if you contact them in advance on email or by phone.
Come experience hygge. At Restaurant Taim, we take our food seriously. We also give great importance to hygge—atmosphere—a central element to the eating experience. At Taim Restaurant we fuse Danish and international dishes, made with only fresh, delicious, and nutritious ingredients, all prepared in authentic Nordic tradition. We can’t wait for you to experience the special ‘hyggeligt’ atmosphere, and enjoy a wonderful eating experience. Taim is located at the Chabad house, a building with historical significance. During WW2, the Chabad house which was a local school at the time, served as one of the headquarters of the Nazis. ChabaDanmark started activities in Denmark in 1996, and has been at this location since 2002, serving as a center for activities, educational and social programs for children and adults, and a center for Jewish life. Come and enjoy a great eating experience. Opening hours: Sunday-Thursday: 17:00–20:30