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Madam Bagger Restaurant

A restaurant of quality, meticulousness and good service - situated in the heart of Korsør close to the city car park.

Madam Bagger is an interesting Danish restaurant with a tasteful and cosy interior, including big visible beams. Varied menu with dishes from a Danish/French cuisine, utilising quality seasonal produce, enriched with experience and creativity.

The restaurant is named after an interesting Korsør personality: innkeeper, postmistress, and what-not, Hedevig Johanne Bagger (1740-1822), who served culinary treats to the citizens of Korsør from her address Slottensgade 1 and 3.

Restaurant Madam Bagger - from 1986-1994 known as ’Tømmerladen’ (timber storehouse) - was taken over by Fini Ravn and Kenn Birch Sørensen in February 1994. From 1990-1999, the partners successfully ran restaurant Pascal in Copenhagen, too. Since July 1999, Kenn Birch Sørensen is the sole proprietor of Madam Bagger.

— A modern restaurant rooted in the past —