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Gammel Kongevej 51 - 1610 - Copenhagen V
Tlf.: +45 33 22 22 50 · famo@famo.dk
Monday – Saturday 17.30-22.00
Open for lunch only on booking

 

Carne is Famo’s second restaurant, opened in 2006 on Gammel Kongevej. Famo Carne is a classic osteria, where the atmosphere, the people and the food are given pride and attention. You can sense the Italian vibe as soon as you enter the restaurant, thanks to our chef and his team who will welcome you. You will feel like you just walked into a restaurant in Italy.

Food

At Famo Carne we take pride in our imported ingredients. We import fresh vegetables, prosciutto ham, and delicious cheeses directly from Italy several times a month. Because the food is based on which vegetables that are in season, the menu at Carne is fixed and can change from day to day. The name Carne (in Italian it’s an overall term for meat) can be meat in every sense: meat from an eggplant or meat from a cow. The Italian cuisine does not need many different ingredients to be good – for us it is all about how you use the ingredients and the love for creating a good experience for our guests. A classic spaghetti with pesto may not sound like anything out of the ordinary, but if the pasta is homemade and the pesto is bursting with fresh Italian basil leaves, the explosion of taste will take you on a road trip to Italy.

General info

 

At Famo Carne it is possible to reserve our wine cellar for Private Dining, up to 12 guests.
If you have any allergies or follow a vegetarian diet, we can accommodate that as well. Just ask!

We have a daily menu of 5 courses at DKK 400 per person.
The menu changes daily but always consist of:

Antipasti: small starters served at trays,
ca. 4-5 different kinds
200 DKK.

Primi: homemade pasta, risotto or similar
145 DKK. (Two servings in the menu)

Secondo: main course – meat with
seasonal vegetables
200 DKK.

Dolce: Italian dessert
65 DKK

 

“Firstly, the most beautiful tsunami of antipasti is being served gradually. Then one or two primis, then a main course and finally a desert. And you don’t have to decide anything – the kitchen does it for you. Just sit back, enjoy the food and wine and the friendly service. Every time I eat there, I don’t understand why I don’t eat there more often. A lovely place!”

 

Mira Arkin, freelance writer