More VICE mayhem than Wallpaper* chic but this Mexican in Copenhagen can be a fun place to start the evening.
Read more: Condesa
It’s traditional Danish nosh at this Nørrebro café, but for once it’s not smørrebrød.
Read more: Bust
Budget-friendly fillers – and cocktails, too – at this souped-up soup kitchen in the midst of Copenhagen’s gay nightlife area.
Read more: SoupaNatural
Reinventing porridge as an all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner alternative. Cheap, filling, and surprisingly delicious.
Read more: Grød
Grab a bite at Copenhagen’s first food market – a fine affair full of Danish delicacies and prime produce.
Read more: Torvehallerne
This recently opened Italian in the former red light district serves up yummy pizzas and predictably packs in a fairly trendy bunch.
Read more: Mother
Don’t deny yourself the pleasure of sampling one of the ubiquitous hotdog stands but know that it’ll be hard to ever walk past another without stopping.
Read more: Pølsevogn – hotdog stand
Laid back bohemian spot luring a young, fun crowd to its hippy, dippy basement with increasingly exotic flavours.
Read more: Atlas Bar
A local noodle action favourite that doesn’t disappoint with simple Thai done well with authentic flavours and fair prices.
Read more: Thai Pan
Gone are the days of unwrapping a sad and greasy Maccy D bun. Gourmet burgers with a boggling array of toppings will flip your patty here.
Read more: Halifax Burger
Buckwheat pancakes come savoury and sweet at this popular back alley Gallic crêperie.
Read more: La Galette
A neighbourhood fave with a keen loyal following for the scrummy selection of salads, cold cuts and bargain dish of the day.
Read more: Cafe Wilder
Bunless burgers and bistro food at this traditional crowdpleaser sitting beautifully on one of Copenhagen’s oldest and most picturesque squares.
Read more: Peder Oxe