Top Brunch Spots In Copenhagen

Top Brunch Spots in Copenhagen

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Brunch is hands down my favourite meal of the day, so over the last couple of years I have been excited to try out all the top brunch spots in Copenhagen.  There are many more that still need to be tried out but so far you can check out our current top spots here.

Also, it is worth mentioning that some of these places can get really busy. So if you don't want to be disappointed I would recommend booking online if you can.


Guldbergsgade 29, 2200 - Nørrebro
I discovered this brunch spot when watching Rick Stein’s Long Weekend in Copenhagen. It looked incredible so really wanted to give it a try. It’s an organic Danish Bakery and Eatery where everything is hand made. They are renowned for their amazing fresh pastries and bread and the layout inside allows you to see the bakers freshly preparing the dough. The food was sensational and they also serve our favourite Coffee Collective coffee!

Must try : The Brunch Plate - mix of meats, cheese, fried eggs with fresh sourdough bread and jams! Also try the Pow Blop Wizz - a homemade sparkling wine with a slightly sweet cider taste.
Good to know : It is worth booking online if you can, otherwise you can also takeaway.

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Gammel Kongevej 171, 1850 - Frederiksberg
Acacia is this amazing all gluten free, diary free cafe run by an English lady and her daughter who creates all the dishes. The food is beautifully presented and really delicious, you would have no idea that it is actually healthy and good for you!

Must try : Everything on the menu is worth a try and it also changes regularly. They also serve our favourite Coffee Collective coffee! Although it is made with oat milk, but it still tastes good.
Good to know : Opens 10am - 4pm during the weekends.

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Strandstræde 21, 1255 - City Centre
Located down a side street just off Nyhavn. Its a great little place for a boozy brunch. Sometimes the bar staff even like to offer a free shot with your meal! The food is top notch as well as the cocktails.

Must try : Fried chicken on a waffle with spicy sauce and maple syrup (good hangover cure!) also try the Bloody Mary - they throw in a couple rashers of bacon!
Good to know : It can get quite busy so we recommend booking online before you go.

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Amagertorv 1, 1160 - City Centre
If you are after a decent Danish style brunch then this is one of the best places to go. The food is always really good, as well as the coffee. Its my go to place when friends visiting are after a typical Danish style breakfast.

Must try : The Brunch - a Scandinavian plate of small items such as yoghurt, fruits, meats and cheeses.
Good to know : It’s not the cheapest of places to go if you’re on a low budget but the quality does make it worth it.

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    Lergravsvej 57, 2300 - Amager East
    Based near Amager Beach down an industrial side street, its not the most obvious place to find a restaurant but it was a good little find by Nat. Its the ultimate brunch spot since they serve it all day. It has a pick n mix style menu so you can personalise your meal.

    Tip : Being so close to the beach front it’s hard not to avoid a nice walk along the shore afterwards.

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    Griffenfeldtsgade 17 - Nørrebro
    A bit of an alternative one for brunch but this recent discovery can’t be missed if you are a lover of toasted sandwiches.  I loved it!  It's the ultimate toast bar with a chilled, super friendly, no fuss vibe.  Perfect for a Sunday pick me up.

    Must try : Opt for the Toast Experience for 2 toasts and a side dish of avocado.
    Good to know : 2 or 3 toasts are needed if you are hungry.  Fætter Fætter is also open in the evening where you can get a wine, beer or cocktail.

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    Sønder Blvd. 68 - Vesterbro
    A similar feel to Wulf and Konstali where you can select up to 7 small side plates from the menu to create your meal. A lot of the locals tend to head here for breakfast because of its relaxed vibe and with the option to sit outside in the sun. It is also a good choice if you are fancying some healthy options.

    Must try : 1/2 avocado with chili oil and baked almonds. Also the Fried chorizo sausages - the homemade sauce that its cooked with tastes so good!
    Good to know : Recommend going for 5 items from the menu. Also if you are a coffee snob then this may not be the best however the amazing fresh juices can make up for it.

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    Please let us know if you have tried any of these!  Or if any others take the top spot.


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