Hotspot guide: taste of Copenhagen
Eat your way through Copenhagen with my favorite food hotspots!
I absolutely love everything about this place! Amass is beautifully located by the waterfront in an up-and-coming area called Refshaleøen which used to be home to the Danish navy. Here you can find delicious food with herbs from their own vegetable garden served to picturesque perfection. On a bright Summer night it is utterly magical to go there by bike.
Address? Refshalevej 153, 1432 København K.
Central Hotel & Café
Known to be the smallest hotel and the smallest café in the world, this is a cosy and very intimate place. It is the perfect hangout spot during the weekend when the street is busy with people brunching and shopping for delicacies in one of the many specialty shops. They serve amazing croissants and delicious banana splits. Yummy!
Address? Tullinsgade 1, 1618 København V.
Copenhagen Street Food
The chilled and casual street food market on the Paper Island is the ultimate Summer go-to. The indoor food court mixes gastronomy from all over the world with one common denominator; it is easy and fast to prepare and eat. Walk around and check everything out before you decide what to order – then you’ll be sure to get the best and build up an appetite. You can sit inside or outside by the waterfront and munch away.
Address? Paper Island, Copenhagen.
This is the ultimate rooftop dining. Restaurant Stedssans is a greenhouse in a 600m2 vegetable rooftop garden, offering fresh organic and homegrown food. You sit at long tables and share the dishes with the other guests in a friendly and casual atmosphere. This is a place where the love of cooking and the beauty of nature will be the centre of your experience.
Address? Æbeløgade 4, 2100 København Ø.
Ved Stranden 10
This cosy wine shop and bar is located at a very central address facing one of the canals and the parliament. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and some small tapas on a casual night in the heart of Copenhagen.
Address? Ved Stranden 10, 1061 København K.
If you’re into sweets this place is a must-try! You can get the economy version in any supermarket or the gourmet hand crafted version in various specialty shops. You should either go for the classic cream and chocolate combination or try some of the new variations flavoured with liquorice or see buckthorn… They are all worth a try and fun to eat.
Enjoy the best food Copenhagen has to offer!