Democratic Coffee (and The Best Croissant in Copenhagen)

Democratic Coffee is where you’ll find me once or twice a week when I’m not traveling. It’s my favorite workspace and coffeeshop in Copenhagen. I usually come here quite early in the morning – before the library-visitors (Democratic Coffee is connected to the public library, which is quite convenient). When I arrive I smell the croissants being prepared, and often there’s this old man playing the piano for half an hour around...

Sonny: Coffee and French Vibes in Copenhagen

It was about time I payed Sonny a visit. I’ve literally wanted to go since they first teased the opening back in February. Oh well, better late than never! And boy was I happy that I finally went! I had just returned home from Paris where I’d spent most of my waking hours in coffeeshops – including Coutume café, where David, the owner of Sonny, apparently used to pull espresso...

Vegan Open Sandwiches in Copenhagen

This post is sponsored. I visited The Organic Lab back when it had almost just opened last year, and a couple of days ago I came back to taste their smørrebrød (aka. danish open sandwiches) – vegan style of course! I love, love, love smørrebrød, and was super excited to taste The Organic Lab’s take on the danish classic. I had one with avocado, blueberries and pickled red onions, and one with potato...

Sunny Sunday in Copenhagen

My cousin is visiting, and yesterday was a beautiful, sunny day here in Copenhagen, so we wandered around the botanical gardens, popped by the National Gallery of Denmark (I can totally recommend the current exhibition – The North meets Japan, so cool) and had coffee at Torvehallerne (Coffee Collective, of course). It’s nice to have a little break at home before I’m off to the Faroe Islands on Sunday! Stay tuned...

Review: The Organic LAB, Copenhagen

Two years ago I made the decision to stop eating meat, fish and poultry, and that was probably the best decision I ever made. The main reason I became a vegetarian was for the animals, as I don’t believe that we have the rights (or even need) to kill living beings in order to eat. That my decision also has positive consequences for the environment is only a bonus. Never the less, I...
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