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Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO

Enjoy classic Danish food of high quality at the historic Kryb i Ly Kro.

Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO

Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO gives you an unforgettable experience. Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO is part of Hotel Kryb i Ly Kro but also functions as an independent restaurant, serving great food in a charming inn atmosphere and historic surroundings at one of Denmark's oldest inns.

Fresh food and excellent quality

Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO serves good-quality, fresh, seasonal Danish produce and carefully selected specialities. The food is based on nostalgic, classic Danish cuisine and hearty home-cooked meals.

A la carte or take away?

Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO offers an a la carte menu with both quality meat and fish dishes as well as a good selection of lunch dishes. The restaurant also offers a customised wine selection. Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO has a separate children's menu for little ones.

Check out the restaurant's delicious menus here!

Takeaway: Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO offers a selection of the restaurant's dishes for takeaway, so you can enjoy the good-quality and fresh ingredients at home. See the takeaway menu and order your food here!

Plan your next party or event

Hold your next party or event at Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO. Let the restaurant's skilled staff serve delicious food in a pleasant atmosphere so that you can focus on your guests. The restaurant has 11 cosy function rooms of varying sizes, the largest of which can accommodate up to 200 people, and the hotel can provide accommodation for anyone in your party who needs it.

Takeaway party menu: You can also order food to take out from Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO for your party or event. See the restaurant's menu suggestions here or contact the restaurant for more information.

Restaurant KRYB I LY KRO offers a variety of party menus and will listen to your wishes and requirements to give you the exact party you want. See the party menus here!

 

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