Circular café with panoramic charm

The harbour front in Middelfart Denmark offers spectacular views from the old Little Belt bridge to the west to the new bridge in the east. This is the location of the circular shaped Café Razz, a popular meeting place where the views from within are just as fascinating.

Troldtekt Cafe Razz
Photo: Helene Høyer Mikkelsen, architect

It also serves its varied menu alfresco-style on the harbour front and thus stands out on the busy promenade. Further along the harbour front you find Kulturøen – the Culture Island – and a number of attractive residential properties.

On stepping into Café Razz, you are immediately struck by the delightful atmosphere and uninterrupted views across the Little Belt to Jutland on the opposite shore.

The building has just been extended upwards providing a charming and ample space for parties and other events which can fill the entire upper level, enhanced by its circular shape and panoramic views. As part of the extension project, black-painted Troldtekt ceiling panels have been installed on both the upper and lower floors to create a pleasant and inviting atmosphere and good acoustics.

According to café owner Rasmus Jørgensen, much of the venue’s warm and friendly feel can now be attributed to the Troldtekt panels! Their black surface conceals various technical installations which enhance the pleasant mood of the room and frame the stunning views across the water.