Another travel post from me on my travels to Copenhagen you can see what to do here and where I stayed here. Now my favourite part….eating! I love food and on holiday it’s a great excuse to gorge more than normal. We arrived on the first day at around 6-7ish so headed straight out for food. We went to a burger place but it was just ok so I won’t go into that.
Our first breakfast we went for was to The Living Room, it was a really nice little cafe with small rooms so you didn’t feel over crowded with amazing pastries and sandwiches! Also a great chai latte!
We’d heard a lot about the hotdogs so for lunch after we’d be to the Rundetaarn we grabbed street food from Hanegal. This was a really tasty hotdog. Amazing sausage, three different sauces, onions and gerkins!! If you’re going definitely try one of these!
For Dinner that evening we headed to Mother we’d seen amazing photos of the pizza and had to try it. It was really busy so we queued a bit for a table but we were able to sit in the bar while we waited and the food was definitely worth the wait. I had prosciutto ham bruschetta to start and pizza for main. It was one of the nicest pizzas I’ve had outside of Italy! A must visit in my opinion!
As you stroll down the main shopping street Stroget, there are a few churros and waffle stands! They are amazing. We had churros and they were lush. Freshly cooked with chocolate sauce! Yum, you could have topped them with ice cream but it was too cold for us!
We visited a few other food places but these were our favourites. Jenson Bofhus was where C’s friend in Copenhagen took us for lunch. This reminded me of beefeaters in the UK but it was reasonably priced. We also visited MAD which was an american diner type place for breakfast but I did think for an american diner portions were small but it was tasty. A bakery we loved on stroget was Lagkagehuse. We ate so many pastries over there and most shops were good but we really enjoyed these!
Have you visited Copenhagen? Would you eat in these?