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The 5 Must-Know Restaurants In Copenhagen

With the buzzing mix of contemporary food destinations, vintage shops, cultural offerings and historical museums, Copenhagen is one of the most alluring Scandinavian destinations. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a long-time fan of the city, these are the ultimate guide to the best restaurants in Copenhagen.


Located in the quiet neighbourhood of the old Nyboder area, Bottega Barlie is a hidden gem that you can casually walk to for morning coffees or evening agendas. From seasonal tostadas to seafood plates, the Latin American and Mediterranean-inspired menu is made from fresh Danish ingredients.


Among the many cosy bars in Nørrebro, Pompette, in other words ‘tipsy’ in French, is becoming the hub for wine lovers. With the exposed walls, tiles and bistro-style street seats reminiscent of Paris, they offer a wide selection of natural wines for an affordable 50 DKK per glass. This is a perfect laid-back space to celebrate the beautiful summer days with friends.


Whether you enjoy a plant-based diet or simply fancy a healthy meal, Baka d’Busk is the ideal choice. Founded by the six friends who call themselves “plantedregene” (The Plant Boys), the goal is ‘to make vegetables sexier and to encourage people to eat vegetables without missing meat’. Every dish is respectfully made from locally grown, seasonal vegetables and creatively cooked and served on your plate. It’s flavourful and playful; without prior knowledge, you wouldn’t even notice it’s all plant-based.


You know it’s a good bakery when people are queuing outside come early Sunday morning. Choosing one spot in a city full of fresh pastry offerings is not easy, but Hart Bageri has instantly become a neighbourhood favourite. Alongside the co-founder of Noma, Richard Hart breaks the rule of traditional baking – incorporating layers of flavour and delicate textures to leave an impression. The cardamon croissant is a must-try.


Located in the heart of lively Nyhavn, this quaint spot faces the courtyard at the Kunsthal Charlottenborg. In an open space, it comes with soaring ceilings and generous windows and is surrounded by furniture from well-known Danish designers. While Apollo Kanteen offers a simple vegetarian lunch during weekdays, the bar offers more elevated small plates and cocktails with live music, and events take over on Friday nights.


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