Yes, studying abroad in Copenhagen was great, but the food is what really ~took the cake~.
Sankt Peders Bageri
If you happen to be in Copenhagen on a Wednesday, this centrally located bakery is a great place to start your day. They are famous for their giant cinnamon rolls which they call“onsdagssnegle”, which means Wednesday snails in Danish(since they only make them on Wednesdays). Even if you miss the cinnamon rolls, this bakery is must try any day of the week, with tons of other pastry, sandwich and coffee options. Enjoy yours inside the cozy space or order to go and take a walk around the beautiful Ørstedsparken, just one block away.
Wulff & Konstali
One of many Instagram-worthy brunch spots popping up all over Copenhagen, Wulff & Konstali is great for those of us who are forever indecisive when it comes to brunch menus. Instead of ordering one thing off the menu, you can choose a selection of small plates that are then artfully arranged on a board for you. If anyone finds a place like this in the U.S. please alert me!!
Another great brunch spot that is also open all day for lunch, dinner and cocktails. Great cozy Danish atmosphere with a Swedish inspired menu. They have amazing pancakes and plenty of vegetarian & vegan options.
Torvehallerne is a fresh food market, which also houses many prepared food stalls. You can find everything here from traditional Danish smorrebrod (open-faced sandwiches) to tacos. I'm not kidding when I say that these are some of the best tacos I've ever had, and you can watch them make the tortillas right there! They also regularly host events- cheese festival anyone?
Reffen by CPH Street Food
Just opened in 2018, this is a brand new concept from the creators of PapirØen(Paper Island). Here you’ll find the newest and most innovative food “start-ups”, including food stalls, bars and creative workshops. Go and enjoy the outdoor atmosphere (often featuring live music) and be sure to check their facebook and Instagram pages for info on upcoming events.