3-star Michelin restaurant Geranium is a lucid, light and dynamic kitchen with the mission to create meals that involve all our senses – restoring, challenging and enriching.
anes care about their bread a whole lot. One of the newest (and most popular) bakeries is Juno, which is a little off the beaten track of the typical tourist routes. However, their poppy seed pastries are definitely worth the detour and the wait (people stand in line to get a bite of this former Noma pastry chef’s creations).
With a relaxed atmosphere and amazing Roman food, this classic Italian trattoria is a spot that people return to – over and over again. Therefore, expect to run into a large number of locals, who will most likely stick around after dinner for a game of billiard in the basement or a beer in the bar.
ØsterGro / Gro Spiseri
Urban farming has made its way to Copenhagen. With a large rooftop terrace in the middle of the city, ØsterGro and its adjacent restaurant (you’re eating in a greenhouse in the middle of the farm) is a Danish take on the new way of using the cityscape. This is a unique way of dining.