What others say
Tablet: “This intimate, low-key winebar is free of pretention and snobbery”: It operates during the day as a cafe, and at night, as a wine bar where you can sample some of the best wine that Copenhagen has to offer.”
Traveller: “One of the best wine bars in Copenhagen”: The long wooden tables at Falernum stay packed until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays with fashionable Danes gossiping over tapas and wine.
Geolover: Falernum in Copenhagen: A good place to buy breakfast or lunch as it rather unusually opens at 8AM, and you can either opt for eating at the long tables, or ask to take away – the freshly baked bread is yummy. In the evening it turns into a rather nice wine bar, with a good an extensive menu.
Tripadvisor: review Falernum: Just bumped into this little restaurant while hanging around the quarter. It’s quite small and is a mix between restaurant & wine bar. It’s very popular with the locals, as many tables were fully booked (take note – better call and reserve on crowded days if there’s a few of you) .Menu is short, about 4 or 5 choices with a fish of the day: a gazpacho when I was there. There’s a good selection of wines, mainly Spanish and Californian with some Chilean. There is also a selection of beers, 4 coming from Spain. Waiters are extremely friendly. At Saturday, when we were there, about 80% of clients were women chilling out and chatting. Copenhagen is expensive to eat out, but I think this restaurant is fairly good. Meals for 2 came to DK335 with 2 brown beers