The restaurant scene in Copenhagen is among the world's most distinct and innovative, and it caters to all budgets. When dining out, try the much appraised Nordic kitchen at least once. It is known for being of high quality and with a focus on using local and seasonal produce. Be inspired by our list of accessible restaurants.
Looking for a great meal in the Hellerup area? No worries, below we listed a few of our favorites.
Cake, sandwiches, croissants and great coffee. There are loads of treats at the cafés in the Hellerup area. These are some of our favorites.
Are you visiting the Hellerup area and are wondering what is a most-do? Here are some suggestions on what to fill your day with.
Nørrebro holds on many mouthwatering restaurants with everything from the world’s only Michelin-starred thai restaurant, the modern Nordic cuisine, juicy sliders and gastronomic havens serving dinner with a kapow of flavour.
Vesterbro has something for everyone, when it comes to dining out and is often on the forefront with new culinary trends. Regardless your budget, the time of day, or the style of food you are looking for, you will find it here.
Cake, sandwich, croissant and a nice cup of coffee. Hang out in one of Copenhagen’s countless cozy cafés. You will discover delicious treats for both breakfast, lunch and dinner that will satisfy your stomach and taste buds. Lean back and enjoy the “hygge” – the cafés are where you will find it.
The list of cultural and fun experiences in Copenhagen’s city centre is endless. We have picked the highlights for you – Big, small, well-known, unique and the classics.
The Danish cuisine has been in a whirlwind of international success in recent years, and Copenhagen has seen incredible triumphs from Danish chefs and restaurants, including one of The World’s Best Restaurants - Noma. Tasty food is not complicated, it’s simple: The very best of first rate produce, fresh herbs, and excellent chefs are a trademark of the Copenhagen eateries, whether you chose to enjoy a meal by the waterfront at Langelinie or at cafés, restaurants and bistros in the city.
Let Copenhagen show itself from its best side and visit the many cozy, charming, gourmet, upscale or down-to-earth quality restaurants spread across the city. Danish food is characterised by the unique Nordic kitchen, but you can also find the best quality of food from Italy, Asia, The US etc.
Vesterbro is lined up with fashionable and cozy cafes. We have chosen some of our favorites to make it easier to choose just one. Bon appetite.
Copenhagen Cooking is an annual food festival for everyone who loves food, and during 10 days in late August there are plenty of mouthwatering events perfectly suited for international tourists looking for gastronomic experiences out of the ordinary.
Go out for dinner in Copenhagen without exceeding your budget. This is a guide of eateries in Copenhagen, where you can eat for less than 100 DKK. Whether you are in the mood for Asian, Italian, or Danish food, there is a place for you to eat in good conscience
Enjoy a good meal outside in the summer time when the weather allows it. Here are some dining options in different price categories where you can eat outside during the white summer nights .
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The scent of fresh baked pastries, bread and cakes is not hard to find in Copenhagen. Denmark is world-famous especially for its pastries, and in Copenhagen the quality when it comes to both the baking process and the ingredients has been turned up a notch. Do yourself a favour and visit one of the city's bakeries. Here you will find the best and most authentic Danish pastry and bread in the world. You will never forget the scent or the taste.