Following my last post on what to do in Copenhagen, I thought the food deserved a highlighted spot and its own post. Needless to say that all of us came back to London with emptier wallets, but fuller bellies and warmer hearts.
Oh man I do love a good brunch, but who doesn’t? It’s the perfect concoction for someone who hates waking up early but dislikes jumping out of bed and dive into a sunday roast straight away, i.e. ME. In this case we totally have to thank Instagram because it hooked us up on the pictures. If only we knew, we would have booked a table instead of waiting outside for an hour. But not to worry, there was hot coffee and Ikea blankets, and the food at Mad & Kaffe was undoubtedly worth the wait!
There are a lot of cute cafes across Copenhagen, serving the city’s traditional smørrebrød or open sandwiches. It sounds simple but it’s so delicious! It consists of buttered rye bread and your choice of topping, and the 42 Raw has great vegan options for a quick bite. Avocado and pesto have never tasted so good on bread.
I have a confession to make…we spent all day craving for a waffle hence there are no photos of this glorious moment, because I couldn’t wait to stuff my face in a warm waffle overflowing with Nutella. So you just have to take my word for it, it was delish and an absolute mandatory stop! Visit Vaffelbageren in Nyhavn and order the waffle plus hot drink menu. Disclaimer: there is a good chance of hyperglycemia.
There is no point in going to Copenhagen if you are not going to try some salmon and herring. Puk restaurant was perfect for an end of the day feast. It has a cosy environment and a huge selection of traditional dishes, great for a long chatty dinner and classic beer.
I hope you have enjoyed my tips on where to eat in Copenhagen. I have certainly enjoyed eating all this food! Have you ever been to Copenhagen? Let me know on the comments below which were your favourite treats on the comments below.CopenhagenDenmarkeuropeFoodScandinaviatravel