Copenhagen’s traditional Danish style coffee shop. The coffee is actually average in Denmark, but the snacks are good, especially the four Danish fries taste very good, and the chili fish can also be sprinkled.
This sweet cafe is a good place to come in the afternoon. The owners were very friendly and introduced us to the wonders of brandy and more traditional Danish cuisine. I sincerely recommend! !
This small, semi-street-grade gem seems to have not changed since the end of the eighteenth century, but the food, drinks and service are modern and excellent. The bartender/waitress was very friendly and spoke better English than me. We immediately served beer and translated the menu options. We quickly got sandwiches. They have a ready-made some local beer, plus the bottle-Albany Mosaic IPA others are our favorite. The sandwich trio includes (a) shrimp and eggs, (b) bacon and potatoes, (c) apple, ham and horseradish. I like the shrimp/egg the best but they are delicious and not expensive by Danish standards. We thought we were eating dim sum, but the portion was huge and turned into lunch. If possible, I will go back tomorrow.
If you are a tourist in Copenhagen, take a look at this pearl by the way. You will get a real classic Danish lunch, good and cheap beer, and most importantly, the Danish "hygge"-the concept of comfort. Lunch is only available at 12-15 so booking would be a good idea. In addition, there are tables. Definitely worth seeing☺
There are many good restaurants with Danish cuisine (mainly eat a variety of butter rye bread). There are some seats outside, but there are also seats inside, but it is full of people. The staff is very kind and helpful, but the waiting time is long. As for the price, I said it was affordable. Can I recommend? Yes, I will, because it has a good atmosphere.