Located on the ground floor of the former Coach House, Copenhagen Restaurant enjoys fine views of St. Peter Port, Castle Cornet and Havelet Bay and serves lunch, afternoon tea, light bites and dinner seven days a week.
The Copenhagen Bar is open from 10.30am until 12.45am for drinks, cocktails, coffees and snacks.
This St. Peter Port Guernsey restaurant offers a wide range of dining options including an express lunch menu, and an early bird fixed price menu served from 5.30 to 6.30pm, as well as an a' la carte selection including fresh local fish and seafood.
Join us for an al fresco lunch, a frothy cappuccino or a cocktail on the attractive terrace overlooking the bay.
Copenhagen, formerly known as the Saddle Bar and Grill has traditionally been the more informal dining partner to the Wellington Boot Restaurant. The building which both of the restaurants are located was originally the coach house.
The name Copenhagen derives from the favourite horse of the first Duke of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley. This brave, chestnut stallion was ridden by the Duke during his greatest victory, the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The new Bar & Grill still has many nods to its equestrian past which you will see dotted around the interior. There is also a Scandinavian feel to the interiors which is also reflected with some of the menu offerings.