In the city of Silkeborg.
We originally stopped by here to see the Tollund Man on our way to Skagen, but as the museum was rather disappointing, Cafe Evald turned out to be the highlight of the trip.
I asked the waiter for a very local dish and he recommended Pariserbøf, a hamburger steak fried with a piece of bread and topped with a raw egg, pickles, capers, raw onions and beetroot. Pure homely comfort food. I think it was also the first time I tried capers.
All that good food, fresh local brew, warm sunshine and lapping waters had such a therapeutic effect, we had a slow slow lunch, friendly chats with the waiter and people-watched the afternoon away.
That, to me, is a wonderful holiday.