Copenhagen is a must visit city for every foodie! With so many great restaurants, you need a guide to narrow down where to eat in Copenhagen.
If you prefer Michelin-starred restaurants, or innovative street food- you’ll find the best of both these in Copenhagen. The dining scene in Copenhagen can be overwhelming at first glance, but I’ve put together a guide of all my favorite spots of where to eat in Copenhagen!
Looking to take a bite out of the Danish capital? Read on for my guide to discover where to eat in Copenhagen, Denmark! At the bottom, I’ve included a helpful map of where to eat in Copenhagen that you can save for later!
Before we dive into where to eat in Copenhagen, here’s a brief overview of Copenhagen’s growth as a trailblazer in the restaurant industry.
Smørrebrød is the famous Danish sandwich that every Dane will insist you try when you’re in Copenhagen! I’ve spent the past year searching for the best smørrebrød in Copenhagen. The list below is a collection of the best smørrebrød in Copenhagen with styles ranging from traditional to modern.
But first, let’s dive into a quick background on smørrebrød and its emerging role as a staple in the Danish culinary scene.
If you’re a traveler, food enthusiast, or a lover of all things interior design you’ll find an unforgettable experience waiting for you at The Norrmans. Just under an hour from Copenhagen, Denmark sits, The Norrmans, a boutique Bed and Breakfast, tucked in the middle of the Danish countryside. What was once an old farm has been converted to a whimsical oasis where guests come to relax and enjoy delicious food in beautiful surroundings.
Here’s a secret the Copenhagen guidebooks won’t tell you why YOU SHOULD visit Copenhagen in January and February – it’s fastelavnsboller season!
If you haven’t lived in Scandinavia before, you’ve probably never heard of the holiday Fastelavn, or tried a fastelavnsboller before. I spent a week in Copenhagen in search of the best fastelavnsboller, and I was not disappointed! But first, here’s the background on the Fastelavn and fastelavnsboller…