It is said that Noma set a new benchmark for the world's fine dining scene. Yes, that's what we're dealing with here. That you'll get a table if you book several months in advance.
The Michelin Guide made culinary history when it awarded Selma a Bib Gourmand. It was the first smorrebrod joint to receive the accolade – and the traditional Danish afternoon snack.
For years, the humble hotdog was a favorite snack for Peckish Danes. While you'll still see Poles vans around town, for a truly authentic experience head up to the bar at Harry's Place.
This Nørrebro attraction was named after a funk song – an apt choice, as it turns out. Fermented ingredients dominate its 'next-level brunch' menu.
This low-key fine eatery won a Michelin star in its first year – and it's easy to see why. American chefs Nick Curtin and Andrew Valenzuela create seasonal dishes with global influences.
From Ethiopian injera to Surinamese peanut soup, global cuisine is very popular in Copenhagen today. But our favorite spot is this 16-seat, family-run Taiwanese restaurant.
Since opening in 2016, this Christianshavn corner restaurant has stuck to a simple, successful recipe: hearty Italian comfort food, plus a pinch of hygge.
You know you've arrived at this bakery in posh Oosterbro when you see the line out the door. That is if you haven't already caught the heavenly scent of Juno's Cardamom Buns.
Sister restaurant Noma's Old Digs - a former 16th-century whaling warehouse - this casual bar and restaurant boasts picture-perfect views of the harbor.