Cozy cafe/ bar in Copenhagen.
Restaurant/bar with South American influences.
Organic and tasteful vegan spot.
Literal farm-to-table dining experience amidst the industrial shipyard setting of Refshaleøen. Ingredients are sourced from Amass’ garden (they grow over 80 different varietals of plants, including leafy vegetables, berries, herbs and flowers). Opened in 2013 by the Noma and Per Se alumn, Matt Orlando who in addition to cooking, raises fish in an on-site greenhouse system, harvests bees, makes compost, and runs sustainable-agriculture educational programs.
Icelandic burger joint founded by Tomas Tómasson, “the burger king of Iceland.” He’s been slinging burgers since1981, and today has six burger joints in Iceland, two in London, one in Berlin and this one in Copenhagen in the hip Vesterbro neighborhood.
Spot for cheap, healthy, good eats. The cafeteria is based on a community dinner concept, which means the food here is made to be affordable for everyone to enjoy.
Family friendly burger restaurant inside an old trolley car.
Delicious Sicilian gelato in the heart of Copenhagen. Ingredients are sourced directly from Sicily including the pistachios, Modica’s chocolate, Avola’s almonds and more. Popular flavors include the pistachio and Modica chocolate gelato.
Trendy hangout serving unfussy food from breakfast to dinner amid funky decor & deer antlers.
BROR is simple and good food made with the very best produce in season from the northern european region. Awarded Michelin’s Bib Gourmand in 2014, 2015 and 2016.