This blog post is slightly delayed due to my strong festive commitment to eating turkey, Christmas pudding, mince pies, yule log, chocolate coins…where was I?!
Oh well talking of food actually brings me smoothly on to ‘Copenhagen Part 2’, the food review.
As mentioned in part 1 there is a fantastic restaurant scene in Copenhagen, we ate very well and every restaurant we passed looked so trendy.
We began our trip at Europa for brunch.
At first glance of the menu I was a little disappointed, no scrambled eggs for brunch what kind of place was this! However, I took a gamble and ordered the vegetarian brunch which, when written down, looked pretty odd (avocado salsa and a fruit cake among other elements).
The gamble most certainly paid off, it was delicious and so unique I loved it!
For lunch we visited the The Torvehallerne Farmers’ Market (as shown here) and for dinner we opted for sushi at Bento.
The restaurant is fairly unassuming, hidden below street level as so many of the shops and cafes are in Copenhagen, and with basic decor. If you like sushi this is definitely worth the visit, they serve really, really fresh ‘melt in your mouth’ sashimi.
After dinner we checked out The Library Bar for a tipple, it is located next to Tivoli in the Copenhagen Plaza.
Upside down Christmas tree, nice touch…To end the night we headed to bar 1105 for yummy cocktails.
This was clearly the place to be, it was absolutely packed, good music and inventive drinks. November/December time is freezing there so I made hot chocolates a regular necessity.
The Brooklyn Bar is great for rich hot chocolate with cream on top.
Another great dinner spot is Tight, great food, buzzing atmosphere, warm and inviting decor. Which is your favourite restaurant/bar in Copenhagen?