Bang & Jensen
Situated in the heart of Vesterbro, Bang & Jensen was once a pharmacy house. Since its renovation, it delights in indulging customers with delicious coffee and breakfasts. From 8am until 10:30am, guests can enjoy an open buffet and if you are late, there’s no need to worry because a breakfast meal is offered at any time of the day. This cafe has a homely feel with large vintage-style sofas and armchairs and retro decor.
Istedgade 130, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 3325 5318
If you just want to take your laptop and spend the day relaxing or working in a pleasant cafe, Risteriet Halmtorvet is the place to head. This is a small cozy venue where their priority is good quality coffee. Risteriet offers a wide selection of coffee choices and for coffee enthusiasts there is always the possibility to buy the beans. A breakfast menu, homemade pastries and brownies are also available to accompany a cup of warm coffee.
Helgolandsgade 21, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 91 00 45
Mad & Kaffe
The locals in Copenhagen are brunch experts so it’s worth making the trip to one of their favorite brunch spots in the city. At the small terrace, appropriate for a memorable brunch experience, customers are asked to choose their own small dishes. From vegetables to different cheese options, chorizo sausages and homemade muffins for those craving something sweet, a selection of up to seven plates is available; and these always go perfectly with the unlimited fresh orange juice.
Sønder Blvd. 68, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 3048 4069
This is not the typical place to search for brunch. Mother is a pizza restaurant, located in the heart of the KødByen – the meatpacking district that offers a different kind of brunch. With choices from the best Italian ingredients, a freshly baked pizza is offered for breakfast here. Potatoes with ham, salad, pasta and also fruits, yogurt and fresh muffins are on the buffet menu while orange juice complements every brunch dish.
Høkerboderne 9, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 2227 5898
From families to students, friends and couples, Cafe Dyrehaven is an attractive destination for everyone. With an interior of wooden walls and red pendant lights hanging above the low tables, it maintains the spirit of an old pub. From 9am to 12pm, visitors can choose from delicious breakfast options. Highly recommended is the morgenmadstallerken: a plate of eggs benedict, avocado on toast, muesli and yoghurt. Dyrehaven is definitely the place to taste smorrebrood, the traditional Danish open sandwich.
Granola is an exemplary Scandinavian cafe. Cozy and elegant with very carefully chosen decoration, Granola is the type of typical corner cafe you will find packed with locals grabbing a bite before work, or enjoying some after-work drinks. Judging by its name, the sweet breakfast that includes yogurt, granola, jam, pastry, pancakes, a mix of fruits, chocolate spread and fresh wheat bread comes highly recommended. If you’re not craving something sweet, a Danish-style omelette or different types of sandwiches provide customers with delicious savory options too.
Vaernedamsvej 5, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 3131 1536
Decorated with red and pink velvet sofas, floral wallpapers and red hanging lamps, Zakabona’s color mania style gives this place its unique identity. This cafe is a must-try for brunch. The huge portions with plates that combine both sweet and savory ingredients, the tasty coffee and the friendly staff will certainly make you want to revisit this place.
Istedgade 88 Copenhagen Denmark, +45 3323 2835
Von Fressen is a hip German inspired cafe and bar on the border between Vesterbro and Frederiksberg. Here, locals often stop by for some scrambled eggs and homemade pancakes topped with chocolate spread and hazelnut. Vegetarians also feel welcome here since there is a choice of highly recommended vegetarian and vegan options on the menu too. Before leaving Von Fressen, it is worth trying the hot cocoa deluxe with marshmallows, cream and raspberries.
Vesterbrogade 42, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 3325 2982
Tante T smells and tastes like nostalgia. Old antique furniture and black and white pictures hang on the walls; white table mats and an abundance of candles decorate the wooden tables, which is what most visitors automatically see when entering this small cafe. With more than 150 tea options where 80 of them are organic, it is not an exaggeration to claim that the staff at Tante T are tea experts. A fixed brunch menu is available along with freshly baked chocolate buns, berry streusel and lemon cake, which perfectly complements a morning cup of tea.
Viktoriagade 6, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 3210 3610
Enghave Kaffe is a place dedicated to motorbike lovers. Hanging helmets, a vintage motorbike and motorcycle images surround the walls. The place is ideal for lonely travelers who want to enjoy a typical Danish brunch and tasty coffee next to the fireplace.
Enghave Plads 3, Copenhagen, Denmark +45 2041 4445