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Bowls of creamy pasta, crispy guanciale, and shots of limoncello – Rufino is certainly not the place to go if you’re looking for something light. It is, however, one of the best restaurants to visit on an autumn evening in Copenhagen, when the hyggligt atmosphere of the cellar location really complements the kitchen’s comfort food. Rufino feels like it could tip over into a party at any point, and if you stop by, there’s a good chance that shots of limoncello will appear at the table, poured by the chef and served with a hand waving away any feeble protests. It’s a place that does a few things but does them extraordinarily well, with honorable mention going to the ragù and carbonara with guanciale.

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