Gourmet 2-Michelin starred restaurant Noma has been ranked the Best Restaurant in the World in 2010, 2011 and 2012 by Fine Dining Lovers. Dropping to second for a year, it has just regained its crown as the best in the world. Superchef Rene Redzepi syndicates his experience from some of the best restaurants in the world. Sourcing the finest produce ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
Become a member at the beer club and you get a free home brew every Monday or Tuesday between 4 pm and 6 pm. Fantastic concept. Also try the "bryggerns aftensmad" cheap and solid "old school food" that changes every day!Popular withFoodiesBudgetBackpackers
One of my favorite restaurant's in the world! This restaurant is unique in that it makes everything with beer and pairs each course with a different, exotic beer. The building is actually two establishments, confusing the first time you go there. Downstairs is an interesting, loud, crowded bar with Belgium ales on tap. Upstairs is fine dining in a candlelit ...
While there is a famous bakery there, what you really want to go to is the Danish hot dog spot connected to the bakery and NIMB restaurant. You can get Danish hot dogs at any of the market stands but they can't touch the quality and flavor of this place. It's a must-visit in Copenhagen.
Smorrebrod is a Danish specialty, beautiful, artistic little open-faced sandwiches. We were told by some other customers that this little shop was reviewed as the best Smorrebrod in Copenhagen. They have boxes with three tiny ones so you can sample different flavors. And at a pretty good price too! Located inside Torvehallerne MarketPopular withTrendstersLocalFoodies
An enviable position in the heart of Copenhagen, Royal Smushi Café is a treat of a find. Tucked away through an olde-world Harry Potter alleyway, the hidden café is an all-Danish affair. Celebrated local design icons, such as Bang and Olufsen, have masterfully designed unique interiors. Try Smushi, a Danish open-faced sandwich prepared in sushi size, and a fun take ...Popular withFoodies
When I stumble across Tante T, I almost let out a squeal of excitement. The clue is in the name Tante T meaning ‘Aunty T’ is like visiting an aunt for tea. Inviting and welcoming, the ‘hygge’ cosiness factor is at an all-time high here. Collapse into armchairs and inhale aromas of fresh loose teas from around the world with ...Popular withFoodies
Very popular eating spot in Copenhagen well-known for it's brunch menu. They do an nice plated brunch, that isn't cheap but isn't super expensive either. The food was tasty and the hip vibe and laid back atmosphere keeps people coming back.Popular withTrendstersFoodies