Denmark House is a small piece of Denmark in the middle of the Melbourne CBD, and host to the Danish Club – possibly the oldest social club in Australia.
Offering the best of Denmark: New Nordic cuisine served among Danish furniture design in an attractive atmosphere of Danish music and ‘hygge’ – that quintessential Danish concept of ‘cosiness’. Denmark House is proud to be part of the New Nordic food revolution with its restaurant and bar offering a modern yet traditional Danish experience.
Although you do not have to be a club member to visit Denmark House, it is the chosen place for Danish club members to meet for meals, planned events or casual catch ups. So come along and bring your friends, family and business associates.
We also arrange a number of events, member and public, during the year on the themes of Danish food and culture. If you want to join us in any of these, follow us on Facebook.
What we do
Denmark House hosts a number of Danish Club member events over the year – weekly, monthly and annually – like the President’s Lunch, the Members Dinner and the Queen’s Birthday Lunch.
You don’t have to be a Danish Club member to attend some of the events at Denmark House. We host a variety of public events over the year – like JDay and Eurovision.
Try the biggest selection of akvavit in the southern hemisphere right here in the Melbourne CBD – with a guide to pairing up with your meal. Or our craft and Danish beers, Danish produced gin, wine and cocktails.
Check our Gallery for some of the many things that take place at Denmark House and in the Danish Club. And why not join us for some of the coming ones?
The New Nordic cuisine is one of the leading gastronomic experiences in the world – and Denmark House is an integral part of this Nordic food revolution with its restaurant and bar offering a traditional yet modern Danish experience.
Check our food and restaurant and bar food menus.
The Akvavit Bar offers craft beer, Danish classic beer on tap or bottled, Danish produced gin and wine, and even Danish wine. And of course akvavit – more than in any other bar.
Take a look at our drinks menus.
Book your spot
Click here to book your table.
What a wonderful place! The food and staff are outstanding. The open sandwiches are so varied and every one is delicious. Come here if you’re looking for a taste of Danish culture (and food).
Strongly recommend Denmark house! DANISH SMØRREBRØD (OPEN SANDWICHES) are all lovely creattions made by the master chef. Classy atmosphere added with a tint of Danish royal feeling. So lucky Melbourne could have this authentic Danish restaurant. Michelle
A quite elegant and spacious place. The interior design was minimalistic but felt really nice. It’s quite a romantic place too.
The foods were really nice and the staff were friendly. You should definitely try the Danish national dish if you like a crispy pork belly. The desserts were pretty good too. Overall, it was a nice place and we had a pleasant experience there.