Top Coffee Spots in Copenhagen
If you're into coffee, then you're not going to be disappointed in Copenhagen! I have never been too keen on coffee in the past but since living in Denmark I have come to appreciate a really decent cup of coffee. This city takes its coffee drinking pretty seriously! So here is a run down of some of our favourite tried and tested spots we return to time and time again.
Høkerboderne 16, 1712 Vesterbro - Meat Packing District
The best coffee in the meat packing district! Prolog is small but perfectly formed and always incredibly friendly and relaxed. Drop in for a coffee while you stroll around and you'll most likely be offered a home made biscuit.
Must try : A cappuccino to go with two shots of espresso
Perfect for : A quick coffee stop in Vesterbro
Good to know : The interior and furnishing is very scandi cool and there's a normally an interesting selection of magazines on display.
Østergade 52, 1001 København K - City centre (however there are many across the city)
The ideal stop for a caffeine boost while your shopping in the city centre on a sunny day. Original coffee has two spots on the top floor of the Illum department store. The coffee is superb and you can venture out onto the terrace to soak up some sun and enjoy views of the city.
Original Coffee Dosseringen - Another great coffee stop right at the Nørrebro Lakes so you get some lovely views.
Must try : Cappuccino sitting outside on the terrace
Perfect for : A shopping break pit stop!
Good to know : There's a lift that takes you straight to the top floor from street level, or you can wander up through Illum.
CENTRAL HOTEL & CAFE
Tullinsgade 1, 1610 København - Vesterbro
Cosy and to be honest tiny! But this very charming cafe is a cool place to either stop in for a coffee or get one to go. You normally see a steady stream of locals grabbing their morning drinks while you're here and once you visit you'll see why.
Must try : A cortado
Perfect for : A coffee pit stop
Good to know : Best known for being a boutique hotel with only one room and unique stylish interior. Best to book well in advance if you are interested in staying here.
Godthåbsvej 34B - Frederiksberg
One of my personal favourites! It may be because it was one of the very first discoveries when I first moved to Copenhagen and to be honest the one that started my love for coffee! There are a few Coffee Collective shops in the city but the Frederiksberg is the main head quarters and roastery. It's definitely worth a visit if you love cool interiors and your coffee to be filtered in style.
Must try: We recommend asking the experts there what they suggest as the coffee on offer changes regularly with the season. The fresh almond croissant is always worth going for too!
Perfect for: Relaxing, reading, working - they have a great playlist for a chilled atmosphere
Good to know: They have a small food menu where all the meals are based on what tastes best with the coffee they serve. Unfortunately there is no wifi here.
New: Make sure to check out the newest opening of Coffee Collective Bernikow in the centre of the city close to the main shopping streets. Another beautiful shop which also serve coffee beers and cocktails.
(You will spot them all over the city)
This is a really great place to pick up a good Cappuccino to take away. They also sell the most wonderful cakes, pastries, salads etc. Basically a much nicer and fancier version of Costa!
Must try : Cappuccino - if you like a smooth creamy coffee.
Perfect for : A quick take-away.
Good to know : You need to take a numbered ticket from the machine in order to queue for your order. You can also get access to wifi here.
Købmagergade 33, 1150 - City Centre
The new clothing brand Arket by the H&M group recently launched last month in Copenhagen. This new fashion and lifestyle store is not only a beautiful place to shop in, there is also has a small Nordic cafe which serves freshly made Scandinavian snacks and some delicious coffee. Its calm and peaceful surroundings make it perfect for a shopping pit shop and of course the coffee is pretty good.
Must try : Cappucino. Peckish? Then we recommend trying the flat bread wrap.
Perfect for : A shopping pit stop in a beautiful and chilled environment.
Good to know : The menu is in Danish. However the staff are very helpful and will translate for you.
Really hope you enjoy these coffee spots in Copenhagen. Please drop us a mail if there are any others we should check out! In the mean time keep up to date with the latest tips on Instagram.
Please feel free to get in touch with us if you have any comments or if you would like to us to give you a featured post on Brits In Copenhagen.
Share this Post