Restaurant IBU restaurant review - Copenhagen, Denmark
Making a home for itself in the heart of Vesterbro, Restaurant IBU is one of the most notable new restaurants in the urban-cool Copenhagen borough.
Filling a modest space on Vesterbrogade, head chef Henrik Jyrk collaborated with Ferm Living to take advantage of the location’s intimacy. The resulting design is a space of comfort, where touches from the home are in-keeping with Danish hygge and foster a welcoming and lingering environment. Warm, earthy tones are anchored by the all-black tables and chairs, patterned in such a way that the restaurant can host large parties as comfortably as it does date night.
Chef Henrik has innovated his cooking styles from the East, with leading cues from the kitchens of Malaysia and Singapore, that sees the fusion menu featuring dishes from salmon with fennel and ikura, to rendang or a Saturday lunch crispy chicken sandwich.