Denmark is a wonderful country to visit for so many reasons. Its capital city, Copenhagen is often the first destination people will head to when in the country, and it’s completely clear why. It is both beautifully ancient and excitingly modern, bustling with colors, bicycles, and open, free thought. Although most people don’t think of Denmark first when it comes to food, Copenhagen is home to so many incredible restaurants, you’ll be remiss to count it out. Here are some of the best places to grab a bite to eat while you’re in town.
While this place is a bit more of a cafe than it is a restaurant, don’t let that deter you in any way. Atelier September is located in a gorgeous antique store that gives off French vibes. When you’re there, make sure to try the luxurious avocado toast.
Located in a huge warehouse on a huge plot of land sitting on the water, Amass also boasts cool graffiti and a lot of energy. They’re so dedicated to spontaneity that the menu actually changes on a daily basis in order to make sure everything served is fresh and in season.
Ved Stranden 10
If you’re looking for a beautiful, upscale wine bar, Ved Standen 10 is the place to go. If you want a mid-day break with a glass of wine or you want to unwind after a day of sightseeing, it’s the perfect spot for some wine and Danish bites.
Manfreds & Vin
While the atmosphere here is quite casual, the same cannot be said for the scrumptious food served. The delicious and sophisticated fare is simply prepared but is all the more delightful for it.
If you want to experience an authentic Danish breakfast, head over to Bodega where you’ll find cured fish, boiled eggs, and delicious breads that make up the traditional fare for Danes enjoying breakfast. You also can choose from more American and English style breakfast items including pancakes, bacon, and sausage.