I was lucky enough to be whisked away to Copenhagen this weekend with my other half. Prior to going I had been told the food there was amazing, so naturally I was absolutely buzzing.
Right where on EARTH do I start. Moller Kaffe & Kokken was a short ride bike away from the city centre, we got a tad lost but little did I know how worth it it would be.
We walked into a really trendy restaurant, with hipster people everywhere (hipster seemed to be the word of the trip as our hotel receptionist seemed to think every area of Copenhagen was ‘hipster’).
As expected there was a 45 minute wait. I accepted HAPPILY as I had already eyed out the amazing breakfast on offer.
We sat down and ordered some coffee from the bar and sat down on the sofa waiting with other keen brunchers. Hands down one of the best cappuccino’s I’ve ever tasted and it was beautifully decorated too. We were given a menu with a list of at least 20 small plates to chose from, simply writing how many of each item you wanted. The time went so quickly as this concept was really exciting for me as it was something I’d never come across.
We finally got sat down and ordered straight away. We went for a variety of different things, including the fresh rye and sourdough bread with home made whipped butter. We also went for the bacon, sausages, scrambled egg, boiled egg and cress, waffle with english cream and avocado. I can honestly say it was one of the best brunches I had ever tried. I wish we would have ordered more plates as everything on the menu looked absolutely amazing.
If you are going to Copenhagen and want to try the traditional way of brunching, Moller Kaffe & Kokken is definitely the place to go! I couldn’t recommend it more for food and atmosphere.