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What a treat to have found this shop! So good we came back a second time during our trip to Copenhagen. Wonderful textures and such rich flavors. The double chocolate and lemon were amazing. Shop is tiny. You may have to eat on the sidewalk....More
You have to love a place with the name “Nicecream.” This inviting kiosk is located along Istedgade.
I thoroughly enjoyed my small cup of Chocolate ice cream. A bit pricy, but that is to be expected in Copenhagen. It was a busy place considering it...More
My husband and I were in Copenhagen for four days and every day we had Nicecream! I recently became lactose intolerant, so when we stumbled across the Nicecream truck at Broens Gadekøkken, we couldn't resist. Our favorites were the strawberry and lemon. It was absolutely...More
My Son and I went for an evening trip around the Neighborhood, and we had our hopes set for an ice cream that evening. And by pure luck we came across this Ice cream shop ... 😋 The IceCookieSandwich is out of this world, and...More
I would really would love to leave a good review, cause I think your concept is amazing and great.
But the experience me and my boyfriend had yesterday left us quite disappointed.
I greeted the girl behind the counter, she looked up shortly and then...More
Located just north of The Lakes, this neighbourhood is a melting pot of small quirky clothing stores, dozens of pizzerias and eateries of all types, a street almost entirely devoted to antiques, several microbreweries and even a couple of Michelin starred restaurants. Here you’ll also find Assistens Cemetery which is an ecclectic mix of tombstones as well as a recreational park and where you will find the
tombstones of famous Danes, such as writer Hans Christian Anderson and physicist Niels Bohr. Inner Noerrebro is also home to one af the most popular theatres in Copenhagen, called Noerrebro Theatre. It shows both popular musicals and plays, as well as productions of a more experimental nature.