Shouting Lækker, Lækker, Lækker
Amazing city, fantastic bountiful land, little acknowledgement of provider of it all.
Torvehallerne Market (Frederiksborggade 21)
Not surprising then that with such good base ingredients easily available, almost every morsel of food encountered in Copenhagen was delicious.
Weekend brunch at Manfreds & Vin (Jægersborggade 40).
Meyers Deli (Gl. Kongevej 107)
Meyers Bageri (Jægersborggade)
Grød (facebook. Jægersborggade)
Complimentary buffet breakfast at Absalon Hotel. We poor cousins at the Absalon Annex were also allowed to partake of the spread.
Complimentary buffet breakfast at Ibsens Hotel.
Bio Mio (Halmtorvet 19)
Cofoco (Copenhagen Food Consulting) (Abel Cathrines Gade 7)
Kødbyens Fiskebar (Flæsketorvet 100)
Restaurant Relæ (Jægersborggade 41)
Adamantly Not New Nordic, Just Good Food
Paté Paté (Kødbyen i København)
Restaurant Geist (Kongens Nytorv 8)
Restaurant Schønnemann (Hauser Plads 16) – institution for schnapps, beer, smørrebrød
The Danish love their hot dogs with a pølsevogn on almost every street corner.
DØP (Den økologiske Pølsemand) – organic hot dogs at the foot of the Round Tower.
Andersen Bakery (Bernstorffsgade 5) – apparently the best hotdog in Denmark + chocolate milk
Joe & The Juice (chain stores everywhere!)
The Coffee Collective (Godthåbsvej 34B)
The Coffee Collective (Jægersborggade 10)
Democratic Coffee (Krystalgade 15) – excellent coffee and bakes
Mikkeller Beer (Viktoriagade 8BC)