From hand-crafted hats to Oriental carpets and rugsBelow, you can get an idea of what Store Kongensgade has to offer. We suggest you start your shopping tour at the Kongens Nytorv Square: At number 14, Store Kongensgade, modiste Susanne Juul designs unique hand-crafted hats for fashion-conscious young women determined to stand out from the crowd. At no. 40 you find designer Benedikte Utzon's latest fashion. At Galleri Brethvad, 58, Store Kongensgade, you can watch clay artist Pernille Brethvad moulding clay into beautiful and humorous sculptures. At number 83-85, you will find Maktabi, Denmark’s premier rug merchant, offering supreme quality Oriental carpets and rugs, antique as well as modern. Fil de Fer, at number 83, has an outstanding selection of French antiques and bric-a-bracs. If you like design with a humoristic touch, have a look at Area (number 73). They carrie anything from lamps and chairs to gifts and children's stuff. Gourmet food even to-goFinish off your day at one of Copenhagen’s best gourmet restaurants. Rasmus Oubæk Restaurant, located at 52, Store Kongensgade, excels in traditional French and Danish cuisines. Intensely savoury and visually appealing dishes! Right across the street, at number 59, the trendy Umami restaurant offers handsomely elegant décor and exquisite dining. Umami fuses the best of French and Japanese cuisines. You could also try Umami to-go and find yourself a bench in the nearby Kongens Have King's Garden.