Kødbyen is Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District turned creative neighborhood. Among other things, it comprises art galleries, coffee shops, bars and restaurants. Read about the highlights here.
Finding decent coffee in Copenhagen is not too difficult a task. My intention was finding the best one though (which, admittedly, wasn’t all that hard either.) So here we go: The Coffee Collective, best coffee in Copenhagen.
They have three locations in the city, I first went to the Jægersborggade one. The café’s setting was simple yet cozy, everything was really focused on the coffee (although they did serve good breakfast too). They roast their coffee right in there for everyone to see.
Torvehallerne (Danish for the market halls) consists of two halls filled with countless food stands. Refreshing smoothies, delicious coffee and tea, exotic spices, tasty sandwiches, gourmet hot dogs, experimental interpretations of dishes from around the world, affordable prices and, of course, free Wi-Fi.
Superfuckingfantastic and beautiful food and great lemonade (as well as probably other beverages). Try one of the delicious quiches and the ginger-mint lemonade. A lemon tart for dessert and you’re in heaven.
It’s almost exactly a year ago now that we went to Munich (I’ve actually briefly been there twice since) and discovered the beautiful, unique Stereo Stereo Cafe. They serve most delicious food and drinks and they make THE most amazing Chai Latte in the world. Besides spending an hour or a few there every day throughout our visit, we visited the Pinakothek der Moderne, walked around the city freezing, and attended the Medientage München, a media conference and fair. Take a look…