Brunch is big here (in both senses of the word)! The typical Danish assortment brunch (a huge huge plate of assorted food items that might include croissants, boiled eggs, melon, tuna, cheese, or even baba ghanoush) has evolved in many ways over the years, so what's on offer now in Copenhagen can vary quite a bit... Wherever you go, you'll probably see a lot of rye bread!
Brunches like these, only at Møller. The place is spacious, beautiful, full of plants, serves an incredible breakfast all day long (so, brunch) and is as much as possible organic, local and seasonal. Photo by @punodostres.
One of the city's finest hidden gems, where we once ate avo' toast, also does an awesome "chefens morgen" brunch every weekend. Photo: @linngrubbstrom.
Dyrehaven does a beautiful Eggs Benedict like this one photographed by @tinabrokhansen. Served Danish-style on rugbrød.
At Musling, it's all about seafood and greens - as local and sustainable as possible. And the mind-blowing breakfast @thehazertazer got to photograph yesterday... Buttery vinegar potatoes, slightly poached crab, fried egg, cress purée, fresh watercress, and perfectly seasoned with flakes of sea salt. An absolute must-try!
Wulff & Konstali
It's about time we featured this place. Has a bad photo ever been taken here? Probably not. We think @yellowlemontreeblog’s is one of the prettiest though! One of Copenhagen's most renowned brunches - and it lives up to the hype!
Maaaaaaybe byens bedste bread? Photo by @iamafoodblog.
Eggs Benedict news just in - because we’re still hunting down the best in town. Høegs serve this incredibly healthy one that is perhaps more along the lines of a salad. We love it! And a big thank you to @mrsmettedam for capturing this beauty of a photo!
"I would marry that Croque-madame if I could." - @frederikke.reinhardt, 26.04.2016.
Fancy a typisk Danish assortment brunch? Try Ipsen & Co like @taylorstevens93 for one of the sweetest - great coffee too!