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Lonely Planet: review for Paté Paté: Run by the team behind Falernum and Bibendum, this buzzing restaurant–wine bar occupies a former pâté factory, complete with original industrial fixtures and warm vintage touches. Here, Euro classics get modern twists in gems including poussin with liver crostini, pickled cherries and summer truffle, and perfectly flaky tarte fine with potato, taleggio and rosemary. Hip yet convivial, bonus extras include a clued-up staff, a well-versed wine list and close proximity to late-night party hot spots Bakken, Karriere and Jolene. Kitchen closes 11pm. Book ahead.

Redvisitor: “The best restaurants in Copenhagen”: Formerly a liver paté factory, this winebar/restaurant in Copenhagen’s edgy and booming Meatpacking district slow-cooks hearty fare with Spanish, French and Moroccan influences. Owned by Copenhagen bar- and cafe-veterans Dan and Kenn Husted, this warm restaurant features a lively sidewalk scene and has been rewarded with a loyal neighborhood following. The clean interior with rustic wooden tables and chairs is all white and shades of brown. Fresh ingredients, small-name breweries, and an extensive wine list drive this establishment, whose menu of country tapas is tweaked daily. On weekends, Paté Paté particularly shines with a young, hip late-night crowd looking for tasty snacks and great wine. This is the perfect spot to drop into for any type of occasion, be it for a long indulgent meal, a light snack or a fantastic glass of wine.

Unlike: “Paté Paté the simple plesures of eating”: Paté Paté is all about hearty, slow-cooked, rustic cuisine. With clear cultural influences from France, Spain and Morrocco, Paté Paté is a tasty reminder about the simple pleasures of eating. Local, fresh ingredients are paramount, as is a menu that reflects the brother’s affection for the Southern European countryside. In keeping with the tradition of rustic dishes, there are so many culinary options to choose from and they make subtle changes to the menu on a daily basis. With boutique beers and wines to match, it’s haute cuisine with a home-style look.

Guidepal: “A great all-rounder in Vesterbro”: Fans of the film ‘Sideways’ might like to try the Hitching Post Pinot Noir, a favourite of the wine buff character played by Paul Giamatti.Beer connoisseurs have the Norrebro Brewery; wine lovers, Paté Paté is your place. Owned by wine-seller brothers Kenn and Dan Husted, this buzzy Vesterbro bistro has an extensive, imaginative list alongside excellent modern European food and a candle-lit, industrial chic interior that epitomises the hipper end of Danish style.