For a city surrounded by water, there's no wonder that seafood is a popular mainstay in Danish cuisine. From pickled herring, often found as part of a koldt bord or cold buffet, to smoked salmon and shrimp, often eaten as part of a smørrebrød, there's more than just cold seafood treats to please the palate. Cod, as well as cod roe, are very popular in Danish cuisine and you'll find the fish steamed, poached and even fried and even served with fries! Smoked eel, lobster and a variety of fish are popular main courses for dinner, or often find themselves as part of a breakfast or lunch buffet. If you fancy sampling the best of seafood in Copenhagen, head to Kødbyens Fiskebar, or the Fish Bar for the best in fresh, healthy seafood and traditional Danish delights.