It's Ben here! If you have found this page then I would assume that you have been on one of my tours in Copenhagen. Thanks for booking with us, and for taking the time to check out my website. I most likely also promised a few recommendations... That's what I would like to give to you here.
3. Frøken Barners Kælder
4. Nose to Tail
5. Ravnsborg Vinstue
6. Smørrebrod at Torvehallerne
7. Smørrebrod at Told and Snaps
8. Tommy's Burger Joint
9. War Pigs
11. Hotdog at Døp
13. Coffee Collective
17. Conditori La Glace
18. Paludan Bog og Cafe
19. The Olive
20. Skt. Peders Bakery
21. Oscar Bar and Cafe
22. Mikkeller Bar
23. Vinbaren Vesterbro Torv
24. Madklubben Vesterbro
26. Den Lille Gul Caffebar
27. District Tonkin
28. Gorms Pizza
29. Vinhanen (Nørrebro)
30. Ramen to Biiru (Nørrebro)
31. Durum Symfoni (Nørrebro)
Just a few recommendations for food while in Copenhagen.
My all time favourite restaurant - Höst - does new Nordic food.
(If you can't get into Host, try Bror - they are good but not as good as host. http://www.restaurantbror.dk/)
For traditional Danish food check out Froken Barners Kaelder
Grab a beer at mikkeller bar before hand. The restaurant Noma has used them, I'm sure you'll love it!
For a different type of Danish food experience try going to Nose to Tail. Yes they serve everything from the nose to tail of pork products. Mmm.
If you're in the meat packing district I would either recommend the burger from Tommi's burger Joint, or some
BBQ from war pigs.
If your wanting something quite local, I would recommend eating at a wine bar. I particularly like ravnsborg vinstue in Norrebro.
And if you are sick of Danish food, then I really like the Vietnamese sandwiches at district Tonkin. http://district-tonkin.com/gk/
I really do think you should explore Copenhagen Street Food on Paper Island. The fries double fried in duck fat are as good as it sounds. And remember to have a look at the smørrebrod at Torvehallerne.