One of those places where you feel right at home the moment you enter - a bar that manages to be both ambitious and casual at the same time.
My friend and I had visited a few times before, but on this visit we wanted to check out the breakfast club. A brilliant concept of food and drink.
On this Sunday morning we were practically the first guest through the door. We both ordered eggs Benedict and shared some fruit and a serving of blueberry pancakes with maple butter sauce.
We each got two beautifully poached eggs on good bread with some steamed spinach and Hollandaise Sauce..
A pretty amazing dish at only DDK 79. And I noticed that many came just for the food and skipped the cocktails.
I can understand that but have to say there is something really special about getting slightly tipsy on a Sunday Morning.
We went for the iconic breakfast cocktail, The Ramos Gin Fizz, and that challenged the bartender a bit my friend reported who had a full view of the bar.
Well it's not an easy drink to make, but we were satisfied with the drinks as they arrived in champagne flutes with a tall head of white foam. The did separate a bit before we had finished them
but they tasted good. And in defense of Salon 39, this was on the morning of the first day of a cocktail event in Copenhagen, and it might just have been a new crew behind the bar.
The found their groove quickly - the Red Snappers vi ordered a little while later were perfect. A sister drink to Bloody Mary made with gin, orange juice along with tomato juice and spice.
This drink gave my friends sore throat some much needed relief - not a bad quality in a morning cocktail.
After our lazy, boozy breakfast we were ready for more and visited the Copenhagen Spirits and Cocktails event.
The picture is of an Ipanima - a quite perfumed cacacha based cocktail that Salon 39 mixed on their stand.