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15 Best Bakeries in Copenhagen


Long well known for our Danish cake, the practice of bread kitchens goes quite a while ago, however, the keep going many years of the massive spotlight on gastronomy has ignited another bread and baked good unrest in Copenhagen.

The outcome has been a convergence of perfect bread and baked goods shops all over Copenhagen. Furthermore, if you like a decent, firm croissant or a steaming, new heated portion of sourdough bread, you’ll cherish these spots. Some of them are not real bread kitchens but rather straightforward serve a few other-common flavorful prepared products.

There are very numerous bread kitchens in Copenhagen, and a large number of them are phenomenal. In any case, how to pick? In this article, we will investigate the main fifteen best pastry shops in Copenhaguen.

1. Meyers Bageri

Known all through Copenhagen, Meyers Bageri produces everything from essential bread to tasty cakes. Their croissant and kanelsnegle are generally viewed as the best in the city, and their bread is phenomenal. Whether you get a pack of rolls for breakfast, a portion of bread for the week, or a few sweet cakes for a midday espresso, you truly can’t turn out badly.

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Address:  Amagerbrogade 48, Copenhagen 2300 Denmark
Website: Visit their website here
 Time: Every day 07:00 AM – 8:00 PM 

2. Emmerys

These bread kitchen bistros situated around the city (you can’t toss a stone without hitting an Emmerys!) just utilize natural fixings. You can get everything from rye bread to crusty bread rolls to sweet cakes, as well as yogurt squeezes, and instant things to bring back home like boxes of chocolate. The bistros differ in size yet there’s in every case someplace to sit and partake in your food and espresso.

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Address:   Ved Vesterport 3, Copenhagen Denmark
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 Time: Mon – Fri  (07:00 AM – 7:00 PM) Sat – Sun (08:00 AM – 4:00 PM)

3. Det Rene Brød

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This natural chain pastry shop is brimming with wonderful, carefully assembled baked goods and delectable new bread. Their rye bread is brilliant, making it a neighborhood number one. The relaxed air makes it simple to focus point your products, or sit and unwind with some espresso.

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Address:  Rosenvaengets Alle 17, Copenhagen 2100 Denmark
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 Time: Mon – Fri  (06:00 AM – 6:00 PM) Sat-Sun (06:00 AM – 5:00 PM)

4. Lille Pastry kitchen

Lille is a high-quality pastry kitchen and bistro in a huge modern space on Refshaleøen. They present generous servings of mixed greens and open-face sandwiches on new bread, as well as a scope of phenomenal cakes. The genuine stuff? Their doughnuts are absurd; cushy Berliners loaded up with things like sound leaf cream. We simply wish they bundled their doughnuts to-go somewhat better (they toss them in a pack), so we could bring a greater amount of them back home.

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Address: 213B Refshalevej, Copenhagen K, Denmark
Website: Visit their website here
 Time: Open Wed-Sun  (08:00 AM – 5:00 PM), Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

5. Lagkagehuset

There are heaps of Lagkagehuset areas around Copenhagen, and they generally offer similar reliably flavorful, new heated products and bread. Their rye bread and spelled bread are both brilliant. If you’re in the mindset for something sweet, make certain to look at their gigantic flødeboller or one of their numerous baked goods choices. They likewise have sandwiches, mixed greens, and pizza cuts for lunch. These will quite often be genuinely enormous spaces, so there will be space to sit, even though it can get going in the early morning and around lunch.

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Address: Torvegade 45, Copenhagen Denmark
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6. Hart Bageri

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Tartine’s Richard Hart and noma’s René Redzepi collaborated to open a pastry shop in Copenhagen and individuals went as absolutely crazy for it as one would envision. In any case, they’re dead on. Both the baked goods and bread are fantastic (if somewhat expensive). The space is little, so you can either snatch a fast espresso or remove it; it’s not exactly a spot to set up your PC and go through the morning. Be ready to hang tight for your treats – the line is frequently very lengthy.

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Address: Galionsvej 41, Copenhagen DK-1437
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 Time: Mon – Wed  (08:00 AM – 6:00 PM) Thur-Sun (08:00 AM – 10:00 PM)

7. Mirabelle

There are two key items you want to attempt at Mirabelle, the pastry kitchen sent off by previous noma-alum Cook Christian Puglisi: the croissant (in the cover picture) and the sourdough bread. Both are mind-blowingly great. The pastry kitchen is producing new portions and moves the entire day, but at the same time, there’s a decent plunk-down bistro where you can have delectable breakfast, lunch, or supper choices. There’s a bread kitchen focal point window if you simply need your pack of croissants, cups of espresso, and time for a walk around the buzzy Nørrebro area.

Address: Guldbergsgade 29, 2200 København N Åbningstider
Website: Reservations are done here
 Time: Mon – Fri  (00:00 AM – 0:00 PM) Sat-Sun (00:00 AM – 0:00 PM)

8. Sankt Peders Bageri

This free bread shop sits on quite possibly the cutest road in Copenhagen. Besides their incredible Onsdagsnegle (an additional huge cinnamon roll sold at a rebate on Wednesday), they likewise make an assortment of tasty, new sandwiches, pizza cuts, and other bread-based things. This is an extraordinary refueling break for focus point treats (remembering probably the best Danishes for Copenhagen!) and a walk around the focal point of the city or a nearby park.

Address: Sankt Peders Straede 29, Copenhagen 1453 Denmark
Website: Visit their website here
 Time: Mon – Fri  (07:00 AM – 5:00 PM) Sat (08:00 AM – 1:00 PM)

9.Vedels Konditori and Bageri

This is one of those local people depend on its spots. Vedas sells both pastry kitchen charge-like new bread as well as custom and wonderfully improved cakes. Their bread shop and bistro in Holbergsgade offer space to sit and partake in your roll or little cake, while the Øster Farimagsgade area is something else for focal points. Videos make awesome event and wedding cakes, on the off chance that you want a bonus exceptional.

Address: Oester Farimagsgade 20, Copenhagen 2100 Denmark
Website: Visit their website here
 Time: Mon – Fri  (06:00 AM – 5:30 PM) Sat(07:00 AM – 5:00 PM)

10.Conditori La Glace

This midway found shop is stylish and outdated in the exemplary Parisienne way, with a scope of perfectly made cakes and other little baked goods like macarons, eclairs and that’s just the beginning. On the off chance that you’re searching for a uniquely designed cake for an event, this is the very best you can do. They likewise run by-arrangement talks and studios for cake and chocolate production, assuming you’re hoping to grow your kitchen collection. It’s an incredible spot for a pot of tea and a plate of sweet treats; make a table reservation if you would be able, as La Glace is occupied every day. Costs are high however the quality is as well.

Address: Skoubogade 3, Copenhagen 1158 Denmark 
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 Time: Mon-Fri (08:30 AM – 6:00 PM), Sat(9:00 AM – 6:00 PM), Sun(10:00 AM – 6:00 PM)

11. Rein Van Hauen

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Rein Van Hauen is a bread shop chain that can be tracked down all around the city, simple to detect thanks to its dazzling pink logo. They make bread, cakes, and baked goods like bikes, kanelsnegle, scones, and lines. Everything is new and delightful, however, we especially suggest their rich custom-made cakes and tarts; great if you’re going to an evening gathering.

Address: Gammel Kongevej 177, 1850 Frederiksberg Copenhagen
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12. Bageriet Brod

This cool little pastry kitchen is from similar hip people behind Vesterbro’s most loved Kihoskh, and everything is in that general area in the name: of genuine great bread. Get tasty newly heated bread and rolls, as well as some espresso to-go. Begirt BROD is a genuine neighborhood spot; the costs are great and the item is delectable.

Address: Enghave Pl. 7, 1670 København, copenhagen
Website: For more information visit here
 Time: every day (07:00 AM – 7:00 PM)

13. Juno the Bread shop

Assuming you appreciate queueing (any Brits out there?), you are truly going to like Juno the Pastry shop. Fortunately for the people who just consider lines to be a method for getting from point A to point B, the heated merchandise as far as it goes merits the pause (which is roughly 10 – 15 minutes at any time, any season of the day). Juno is a little Swedish-style pastry shop that produces bread, cardamon buns, and, during the season, similar. The cardamon buns are, undoubtedly, the most incredible in Copenhagen; tacky, sweet, clammy thus flavourful.

Address: Århusgade 48, 2100 København, Copenhagen
Time: WED-SAT (07:30 AM – 6:00 PM), Sun(09:00 AM – 03:00 PM), closed Mon-Tue

14. Leckerbaer

Basic, wonderful, and scrumptious; it’s not difficult to see the reason why Leckbaer has become so well known! However this is certainly not a conventional pastry shop in that they don’t heat bread, they make a scope of beautiful treats and baked goods, zeroing in explicitly on an update of the exemplary Danish margarine treat in various current structures and flavor mixes. Get a trip of treats, and a major mug of espresso, and you’re set for the day.

Address: Ryesgade 118 Oesterbro, Copenhagen 2100 Denmark
Website: Visit their website here
 Time: tue-fri (10:30 AM – 4:45 PM), Sat(10:00 AM – 03:00 PM)

15. Andersen Pastry shop

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Exclusive heated products, including sweet deals like their cinnamon buns, pursue Andersen a simple decision for a morning baked good or evening sugar hit.

Address: H.C. Andersens Boulevard 15, Copenhagen Denmark
Website: Visit their website here
 Time: MON-FRI (07:30 AM – 5:30 PM), SAT(10:00 AM – 05:00 PM)