Copenhagen Guide – Part 3
June 12, 2014
Welcome to the third part of our travel guide to Copenhagen. In this post we’ve recommended five different places to eat that have been tried and tested by us (lucky us!). We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
Almanak – A restaurant that sits on the waterfront it features classic Danish ingredients (like Herring and smoked salmon) served up in a modern, sophisticated way.
Kayak Republic Bar – A very relaxed café on the canal that is positioned next to a Kayaking rental hut. Aside from beautifully presented, affordable food the best part is that you can enjoy your order on a decked, floating raft that has been designed to feel like a beach – palm tree and sand included!
Bollyfood Cheap metoclopramide – A glorified café set up which is so tiny it probably only seats 20 people but it is worth it as not only is it delicious but it is also in the heart of the newly established ‘Meatpacking District’ which is now affordable restaurant central. Expect to find an old industrial estate heaving with people queuing for the latest restaurant pop-up. Go early.
Joe & the Juice – A contemporary take on the juice bar. Black, slick interiors set to house music and fresh, whole ingredients blended before your eyes. They even offer a hangover cure mix.
Toldboden – Another canal fronted restaurant near to The Little Mermaid statue. Grab a table in this sea-themed spacious venue, order a craft beer and enjoy some mussels by the water.