Planning Your Event Stay: Dining in Copenhagen

Nyhavn harbor is the most attractive and full of tourist place in the city. Various cafe, restaurants and boats reflected on the water of canal.

One of the best things about traveling is experiencing new, delicious food from local eateries. We’re full of recommendations! So hang onto your forks, foodies, and enjoy the food in any of these (or other) restaurants in the Danish capital!


Paludan’s Book & Cafe: Filled with countless books, this café attracts customers with its Scandinavian cuisine and unique charm.
Enjoy all kinds of delicacies here from breakfast through lunch.

Grams Laekkerier: This cafe entices customers with techy comfort in a traditional, cozy atmosphere. Not only can you charge your phone here, you can relax over a soup or sandwich. The value for money by Scandinavian standards especially stands out at this café. The locals love this place, too!

MORMORS Cafe: Here, the pride in the Danish royal family is tangible as well as visible. The café is decorated with great attention to detail and deserves a visit for the decorations alone. With an unassuming exterior, MORMORS emerges as a cozy oasis, especially in winter. Foodies will be delighted by delicious coffee scones with homemade salted butter.

Lagkagehuset: A true insider tip! The café serves divine cakes and pastries with great attention to detail. They’re as sweet as their exterior is beautiful.

Sankt Peders Bageri: If you’re searching for the best cinnamon buns in Copenhagen, look no further! A small bakery, hidden in a side street, this gem offers both sweet and savory.

Laundromat Cafe: A particularly special café. A first-class breakfast isn’t the only thing that’s popular here, students especially love this café because they can do their laundry next door or flip through one of the many books while they eat.

Dessertdragens Kageværksted(The Cake Shop of the Dessert Dragon”): Hidden in the medieval portion of the city, there is a small shop with lots of culinary delights. From absolute classics to Danish specialties, this small, unique bakery creates home-made pastries for food lovers.


Schonnemanns: Opened in 1877, this traditional restaurant offers a wonderful lunchtime setting with the best homemade “Smørrebrød” (sandwiches) in Copenhagen.

The freshest and most delicious fish dishes in the city with the finest local ingredients are found in the „Kødbyens Fiskebar “ restaurant.

Restaurant Geist: Enjoy small, scrumptious meals on the locale’s very cozy terrace, and slip into the evening surrounded by delightful ambiance and candlelight.

Kong Hans Kælder: This traditional house wins over its customers with its delectable cuisine. Artful, classic French dishes, combined with ingredients from other countries makes for a somewhat different taste experience – Bon appétit!

Noma: The gourmet restaurant with two Michelin stars offers new Nordic cuisine creations and has been chosen as the best restaurant in the world multiple times! A must for connoisseurs!

Are you drooling yet? Because we sure are! Safe travels, and we’ll see you soon for the best ASEA Europe event yet!