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I have been to Møller a few times as it is really close to my apartment. It is a place I go to for a special brunch as it is a bit expensive but really. Open until 4pm, it serves breakfast food until then. The...More
I visited Copenhagen this weekend and I visited this restaurant twice in two days it was so amazing. The atmosphere was chic and a little bit hipster which I loved. The staff were really friendly and welcoming. The food is what makes this place amazing....More
We had a nice brunch here. The food is ecological. Everything tasted good, but not extraordinary. A bit expensive when you consider other options in that area. Friendly service and welcoming decoration, but very very slow. Nice place in general, but nothing special.
I understand that this place isn't very central and easy to find, the only reason we went is because my partner had been there before a few years ago. They serve brunch with lots of small dishes, tapas style. We ordered 6 slices of bread...More
The restaurant is self service, so you get a paper menu, tick off what you want to eat / drink and then hand it in at the main counter. The food is then served tapas style with lots of small dishes. Would be great for...More
The home made bread and the scrambled eggs are excellent. The atmosphere is very European and the people are a truly representative sample of Copenhagen’s hipster community.
Come early during the weekend as it gets very busy!
You tick boxes on the menu of what you want to order. It consists of cold dishes, hot dishes, salads, breads, deserts and drinks.
Basically one type of home made bread (good, worth it). Few types of egg dishes, some choice of chicken nuggets (OK)...More
One of Copenhagen's many bicycle “highways” plays an integral part to this neighbourhood as it snakes its way through the city. This bicycle path, which allows you to pass almost unhindered from one end of town to the other, is bordered by green oases, skater parks, benches, cafés and all kinds of other recreational facilities. One of the major squares surrounding the bicycle path is called the Red Square, which offers an
abundance of physical and brain stimulating activities. In one corner of Red Square, Noerrebrohallen is located, a sport centre which offers several activities from squash to badminton to curling.