Indagare is always scouting for the newest best restaurants, classic spots and neighborhood gems that feel like a special find. Though the restaurant scene changes often, here is our current list of top tables in Copenhagen, for any occasion.
This bakery is a must stop for Denmark’s notorious cardamom buns—their version is made with leftover croissant dough so the texture is more flaky and buttery than a typical bun. Gammel Kongevej 109
This charming pastry and coffee shop has a great vibe, open-face breakfast sandwiches and tasty pastries (especially the almond croissant and lighter hvedar bun). Nørrebrogade 62
Set inside a renovated industrial factory, Brus is one of Copenhagen’s coolest brewpubs, where visitors can sample a wide range of beers on tap and craft cocktails while enjoying Asian-inspired tapas. Guldbergsgade 29F
Famous for its dogs and homemade condiments, this small stand is located just outside of the city’s main train station and is a great place to grab a snack or quick lunch when visiting the Tivoli Gardens. Bernstorffsgade 18
At this three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Chef Rasmus Koefed focuses on creative, terroir-led Scandinavian cuisine that he serves in the bright and cozy eighth-floor dining room. Per Henrik Lings Allé 4
Tacos might not be the first dish that comes to mind when picturing Copenhagen dining, but Hija de Sanchez’s Rosio Sanchez breaks all barriers with her casual ode to Mexico. Slagterboderne 8
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