The philosophy behind 42raw is to prepare and serve food that doesn’t contain preservatives, additives, or sugar. Therefore, its menu is based on organic dishes, gluten-free delicacies and juices made from fresh fruits and vegetables. There are plenty of choices for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, as well as snacks for a quick bite.
The Raw snickers bar and Hope’s Signature Vegan Brunch (with grilled sweet potato fries, hummus, avocado and fruit with coconut cream) are definitely some of the reasons that even non-vegetarian Copenhageners love this place so much. Located in the Latin Quarter and boasting a casual and relaxed atmosphere, Hope Bar is a great choice for a relaxed Sunday breakfast.
Every dish at SimpleRAW is vegetarian or vegan, and is made from organic vegetables, seeds, nuts, leafy greens or fruits. Vegan burgers, avocado sandwiches, Middle Eastern delicacies and a great variety of juices are only some of the things that you’ll find on SimpleRAW’s menu.
Nestled in one of Freetown Christiania’s scenic alleys, Morgenstedet has been serving its fresh salads and vegetarian dishes for more than 20 years. The cosy restaurant with the homely atmosphere and the small front yard offers different types of cuisine, and is considered one of Copenhagen’s best and cheapest vegetarian restaurants.
Café Ñ is located in Blågårdsgade, one of Nørrebro’s most vibrant streets, and its wooden outdoor tables make it the perfect choice for a sunny day. The cosy restaurant offers both vegan and vegetarian dishes and is open for breakfast, brunch or dinner. The atmosphere is very laid-back and, as the place is quite small, it’s usually hard to find a table but it’s definitely worth a try.
Located at the heart of Tivoli, Gemyse is surrounded by lush gardens with colourful flowers. This high-end restaurant offers a unique culinary experience, serving gourmet dishes made with seasonal and organic vegetables from Gemyse’s very own garden. Unfortunately, Gemyse isn’t open when Tivoli is closed for the season, so make sure to keep an eye out on the amusement park’s website.
The Organic Boho is a cute and colourful vegan restaurant located in Christianshavn. The food here is 100% organic and plant-based. Karina, the person behind the stylish boho-themed restaurant, strives to always offer high-quality dishes that are fully environment- and animal-friendly.
Hafnia offers both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes that are always made from organic ingredients. Its great location right next to Rosenborg castle, the laid-back atmosphere, and the tasty vegan sandwiches make Hafnia the perfect place for a pit stop while exploring Copenhagen’s city centre.
Chef Neel Engholm and plant-based athlete Casper Bilton combined their experience and love for vegan food to found Plant Power Food in Nørrebro. The stylish restaurant, with its Scandinavian design and the hyggelig atmosphere, is particularly known for its brunch menu.
Falafel lovers, pay attention, because this is probably the best falafel restaurant in the city. Falafel Factory is located in Nørrebro, the area where you’ll find the city’s best takeaways for Middle Eastern cuisine. With so many falafel variations, Falafel Factory stands out. Taste the beetroot/ginger or carrot/chilli falafel and pair it with a fresh salad as well as one of the restaurant’s delicious home-made dressings.