Had one too many cocktails last night? Or just in need of a proper meal before the day’s sightseeing? Either way – brunch is a great way to kickstart your morning.
Indulge yourself in scrambled eggs, mini sausages, Danish bacon, fresh fruit and delicious pancakes at anyone of Copenhagen’s many cafés.
Cap Horn serves an organic brunch right in Nyhavn, and at the National Gallery of Denmark you can fill up on a complete brunch before you admire all the great art work.
Located in the posh end of Istedgade, this former pharmacy houses a delightful café that is very popular with the Vesterbro locals.
A bear dressed in a waiter's costume will greet you at the door of this popular Nansengade Café in Copenhagen. You won't find a cooler local hangout than this.
In "Borgen" Bernstoff Castle is the setting for The Primeminister's official mansion, Marienborg.You can visit the castle - enjoy a nice brunch buffet in royal surroundings, join a guided tour of the castle or even stay the night.
Cafe 22 in Copenhagen is the ultimate lakeside café serving savoury brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails.
8TALLET follows the pattern of architectural master pieces in Ørestad in Copenhagen.At the end of the building, you will find Cafe 8-tallet which serves great food and offers a beautiful view on the edge of the preserved nature at Kalvebod Fælled.
Bistro André Citroën offers sumptuous brunches on the sunny side of the street.
Cross one of the bridges to experience Café Bizzaro on 'the other side'.
On sunny days, Café Bopa has outdoor seating in the Bopa Square. There is a small playground for the kids, and the café also has a lovely courtyard where BBQed delights are served in the evening.
There is a fantastic view of the Canal and the Thorvaldsen Museum from the tables outside Café Diamanten.
Café Dyrehaven (Café Deer Park) is located in Vesterbro and is one of the area's popular cafés.The old pub atmosphere is maintained with a mix of the modern.
At Café Europa you can rest your tired legs, enjoy the big city ambiance and have some really good coffee.
Enjoy a spectacular view high above the roofs while you enjoy a good traditional Danish lunch.
Café Sebastopol in Copenhagen is a café with Parisian atmosphere off the beaten track.Situated in the lively Sankt Hans Torv in Nørrebro, this groovy café has a certain Parisian touch to it. It is always full of people talking, sipping cafe lattes, or eating.
Café Sommersko, the first real café in Denmark, serves Danish lunch.
Café Wilder is one of the oldest and most charming cafés in Christianshavn, packed with high-spirited regulars.
Cap Horn is an organic restaurant in charming Nyhavn.Every day the chefs prepare homemade food from scratch. The menu is seasonally inspired and made from fresh products available at the local market.
One of Vesterbro's most exquisite cafés is Carlton.
The restaurant Club Royal is situated right on Hellerup Marina with a beautiful view of the harbour. The restuarant offers a menu with Danish and French specialities. Both brunch, five course dinners and dish of the day is served here.
Dag H Café and Restaurant is a perfect place to eat brunch or lunch during a walk along the Copenhagen Lakes.
Walk through to the backyard and feel transported to the fifties.Granola offers freshly-brewed coffee, great creamy ice-cream, Summerbird chocolates and fruity milk-shakes from the good old days.
Kalaset offers vintage charm, hot chocolate with marshmellows and a vegetarian brunch.
Meyers Deli is a fusion of informal eatery, grocery, coffee shop and take-away outlet. Foodies flock to the place for fresh contemporary cuisine and trendy atmosphere.
The Italian restaurant in the Meatpacking District is named Mother.Here you can get pizza before heading into town.
Musik Conditoriet is a combined bakery and organic cafe with a musical twist.
This Scandinavian brasserie, located in Nimb Hotel, gives you sublime views of the Tivoli Gardens. The menu is changed monthly, to make the most out of the fresh seasonal produce. The wine list is extensive with a good range of wines from Europe and the New World.
Restaurant Julian at the National Museum in Copenhagen offers a wide choice of Danish and international dishes inspired by ongoing exhibitions and activities at the museum.Restaurant Julian focuses on climate-friendly and organic food and is open for brunch and lunch as well as coffee and cakes.
In The Danish Film Institute you will find restaurant Sult ("Hunger") serving lunch and dinner.In weekends familys show up to enjoy the large brunch buffet.
Royal Smushi Cafe in the heart of Copenhagen combines Danish food and Danish design in a feminine, yet, humorous atmosphere. On the menu, you will find smushi, a Danish open faced sandwich prepared in sushi size.
Cosy, child friendly cafe with a simple menu and decorated with furniture from a carpenter in Cape Town.
Lakefront café with a French touch in the Copenhagen area in Østerbro.
Visit Denmark’s largest art museum, featuring collections of Danish and international art, from the past 700 years, as well as, contemporary displays. The National Gallery has special exhibtions for kids and a nice café serving brunch and lunch.
Toldboden offers space for events and meetings on the harbourside of Copenhagen.
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