Published:24 maj, 2017
Yesterday, we were in Copenhagen between 10.49 am and 6.23 pm. And it turned out to be just enough time to put together a small Copenhagen city guide.
1 Atelier Setember (Gothersgade 30)
An interior design store with a café. Bright and beautiful, and actually not that crowded (at least not when when we visited). Choose from yogurt and granola, fresh fruit or porridge for breakfast, and salads or today’s special for lunch. And “iced matcha”. Just like that.
2 Beau Marché (Ny Østergade 32)
The Danish seem to like the combination of interior design store + café. This incredibly sweet café is connected to a small but perfectly adorable interior design store. Everything’s organic, and even if the menu does not fully belong to Plato’s theory of ideas (at least not at first sight), you will definitely find some delicious things for your gut bacteria. FYI: Bought a tiny porcelain frog here yesterday. End of story.
3 Hafnia (Store Regnegade 26A)
Since pretty much everything on the menu appealed to Chip ‘n Dale, this is where we had lunch yesterday. We went for two massive salads, which contained all the goodies you could possibly imagine: hummus, pickled red onions, sauerkraut, lentils, green leaves and quinoa. On the minus side: every time we wanted more water, we had to ask. Weird. Otherwise great!
42 raw (Pilestræde 32)
We ran out of time, but gosh, it looks so awesome. Brunch, tapas, burgers, noodles, pizza… And it’s all raw!
Bistro Pastis (Baggensgatan 12)
Your typical French bistro, with the perfect sunny outdoor seating. After our lecture, we had bouillabaisse and talked about life. Or maybe not. Lina was way too busy dropping her jaw. Apparently, this actor sat at the table right next to ours, and as soon as she noticed, she lost touch with reality. Well, we payed and left Copenhagen to go back to Stockholm. End of health guide.