If you are going to Copenhagen then you must have heard about their food scene! Some of the world’s best restaurants are based there and its almost impossible to get a table unless you book way in advance! They are not only known for the fine dining experience but also for their brunches, open sandwiches and the incredible coffeeeeee!
Here’s a list of top 5 must-try brunch places in this amazing city!
Mad and Kaffe – This place is on everyone’s list for their brunch menu esp with the locals in Copenhagen. As they have a no booking policy it gets really packed and sometimes very hard to get a table so get there early and if you have to wait then grab a lovely mango chai latte (which is amazing) or even a cappuccino. We waited almost 1 hour before getting a table here and just made it on time to order from the brunch menu. The idea is very simple, you tick which dish you want on the menu and pay for the number of dishes you order instead of the item itself, so a bit like tapas styled breakie with a Danish twist. The food was definitely worth the wait especially the avocado with chili oil and almond and the oatmeal with chocolate and banana chips.
Tip: The dishes are quite small so make sure to order 5 0r more.
Kalaset – If you are looking for a cosy and trendy place with great food then Kalaset is the place to go. Their vintage decor and friendly staff makes the place even more fun. Their menu has a variety of traditional dishes and perfect for vegetarians. It turns into a bar in the evening serving lovely cocktails. Don’t forget to try one of their pancakes and Mormor or Tante green dishes from their brunch menu.
Tip: It gets really busy during the weekend so give yourself time to queue.
Next Door Cafe – This is a hidden gem in Copenhagen and quite difficult to find unless you know about it. It’s a pretty small cafe but very popular with the locals and travellers who are looking for a great breakfast without spending too much. The decor is super funky and has a very chilled out atmosphere so lovely to hang out with friends over amazing coffee and pancakes.
Moller Kaffe and Kokken – Award winning Moller coffee and kitchen is one of the very few places that serves breakfast all day – Yes ALL DAY!. It has a very vintage feel with a modern touch. The food which comes in little colourful bowls are just not pretty for your insta account but also tastes amazing. The menu is very simple and the concept is quite similar to Mad & Kaffe as you tick the number of dishes you want.