6 ways to satisfy your Christmas munchies in Copenhagen

Julefrokost, gløgg, and smørrebrød: When spending Christmas in Copenhagen, there's really no way around indulging in those traditional culinary cravings that are such a big part of the season in Denmark. Here's our guide on where to go to get your fix of Danish Christmas cuisine.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017

#1 Go for smørrebrød & schnapps at Øl & Brød

Øl & BrødTucked away in a sidestreet in Vesterbro, you'll find Øl & Brød, meaning 'beer and bread'.  


#2 Indulge in a classic Danish Christmas Lunch at Restaurant Kronborg

Restaurant Kronborg | Photo by Thomas ChristensenThis lunchtime favourite in the city center takes you back in time while keeping complety up with the high standards of today's restaurants in Copenhagen.

 

#3 Feast on high-quality meats at Fleisch

FleischLocated in Copenhagen's hip Meatpacking District, restaurant Fleisch doubles as a butcher (and actually a pretty good cocktail bar too). Read more.   

#4 Sip on a glass of gløgg by the open fire at Nimb

Nimb i TivoliTo Danes, not many things spell Christmas like the warm mulled wine aka Glögg. And why not go all-in and flush it down with some sweat treats in front of Nimb's fireplace?

 

#5 Grab a Bornholm-inspired Christmas lunch at Koefoed

Restaurant KoefoedThe rocky island of Bornholm is only a 30 minutes flight away from Copenhagen, and famous for their herring. Luckily, Copenhagen is blessed with several restaurants with close ties to Bornholm and the fantastic culinary legacy. One of these is Restaurant Kofoed.

 

#6 Eat this prawn-heavy open-faced sandwich at Kompasset

KompassetIf you want to check Nyhavn off your bucket list, why not opt for some of the best smørrebrød at Kompasset, now that you're there? 

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