the architecture is stunning,
The first thing that struck me after London was the absence of the big coffee chains. For some reason Starbucks has not made it further than the airport in Copenhagen. Baresso looks like the Danish equivalent but they are far outnumbered by independent cafes.
I was expecting great things but unfortunately a good coffee isn't as easy to find as ridiculously friendly people are in Copenhagen. I did manage to track down a couple of little café gems thanks to recommendations on this website and the trusty Wallpaper City Guide.
Sweet Treat, Sankt Annæ Gade 3A
Sweet Treat serves a macchiato in a designer crinkled porcelain cup- love the Danish.
Estate Coffee, Gammel Kongevej 1, which feels a bit like a coffee chain
but actually serves a really good coffee.
Saving the best until last, Granola, Værnedamsvej 5
where I drooled over the 1930s industrial furniture and the beautiful spacious shop counter... but not granola which they don't have on the menu. Odd. Obviously I need to be a bit more lateral.
Granola's double macchiato