Cheese from the vaults -
this cheese shop has been in business since 1888, which makes it the oldest and all
of Denmark. The owner, Mr. Krause, has worked there for 30 years himself, and
therefore she knows a thing or two about cheese. He also knows how to move with the
times, and the shop now specializes in organic and low-fat cheeses.Ostekelderen also
stalks a small range of wines, and naturally, the cheese seller can tell you exactly
which wine goes with which cheese. You can also buy bread, ham, and sausage here,
to go along with cheese. Don't be afraid to ask to sample the local Danish
Dan Turrell's Beat Bar
back in the 80s, the poet and author Dan turrell combed the streets of Copenhagen.
This café in the city center was named after him, and dedication of his expressive,
beat inspired lifestyle. The walls of the bar are lined with 45 covers of turell's
box. Although he died of cancer in 1993 at the young age of 47, Dan turrell is
still hugely popular among people aged between 20 and 30. They don't come here
alone, like the author did, but in groups of young and highly vocal people.
A.C perchs thehandel
the tea shop, established in 1835, is the oldest in Europe. For four generation,
Hincheldey family has sold the quality tea and she products to the local clientele.
This is the place to come for teapots, teaspoons, and she stringers. The store
looks just the way, I must the day it opened, and the older coppers scales are still
in use. It's worth coming here for the smells alone: they stock more than a hundred
different teams from all over the world. Try the house classic or, for the more
adventurous, the licorice tea. or the Bailey's cream tea. Nowadays, the shop even
has a website with a mail order service.
The last stop.
The deep red walls and curtains in this bar have been through it all. Until it was
given its present name by American soldiers returning from Germany just after World
War II, Andy's bar was a posh restaurant. The soldiers adopted the restaurant has
their own, became their favorite spot, and they dubbed the Andy's bar. Nowadays,
the bar is the final stop on the so-called route of death, a notorious bar crawl
through the city center. You will run into plenty of journalists and editors year,
as the doors opened when the presses start rolling the last call at Andy's isn't
until six in the morning.
Bo bi bar.
Booze and poets
Bo bi bar is Copenhagen's oldest bar, named after a sailors dog. This sailor
brought the bar counter over himself from New York and rebuilt its year right after
the first world war. These date, the cream of Danish writers frequents the bar.
However, for every genuine published author you meet here, you'll find a lease five
to 10 wannabes. It's not easy to get an established writer to talk about his work,
they'll notice the unpublished ones are all too eager! This bar served as the
inspiration for the movie deb bla munk, which deals with more or less the same
theme: a blend of winners and losers
Bann chiang thai restaurant
whether you eat fish, chicken, duck, or beef at bann chiang thai restaurant, it
feels just like being there in the Far East. The restaurant is very neat and tidy,
and the atmosphere is pleasant. An excellent place to eat and drink. The main
courses are inexpensive and glitches. We can fully recommend the four course menu.
Be sure to book a table in advance.
fabrics and design.
This little clothing shop is full of unique designs, and it's quite original and
unusual. Dresses are Nanna Brinks specialty, and the racks are stuffed with long,
and short, colorful, white, inventive, and classical dresses: not only everyday
dresses, but also plenty for special occasions. Should you receive an unexpected
invitation to a gala event during your stay in Copenhagen, you will certainly find
something appropriate here
Christina's coffee Company
Attn: coffee addicts: don't pass Christina's coffee Company by. It would be
impossible to anyway: you be able to smell the aroma of coffee from all over the
world well you're just walking down the street. Give in to it, as sample a special
Christina brew or reading the paper. What if it's summer, and you'd rather sit
outside with something cooler? A smoothie with melon or strawberry ought to do the
trick. Of course, you can also buy coffee to take home with you.
La cucina magnifica
small and narrow, full of satisfied diners... this may well be the best Italian
restaurant in Copenhagen. A friendly waiters are happy to discuss the splendid
dishes in fine detail, and enthusiastically disclosing the preparations and
ingredients that go into them. Sometimes, they get so excited that they offer you
samples and exotic stuffed fig, for example, just to impress you. Whatever it's
made out of, it goes down like a dream. Inouye was a was a little-known
in an in law hardware.