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Yummy weekend in Copenhagen

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We spent this weekend in Copenhagen. It was a last minute decision and it was wonderful! We enjoyed every minute of it! Copenhagen is one of our favourite cities, it has so much to offer and the people are gorgeous and kind. Since it’s Monday and Monday means delicious food for The slow pace, here you have some yummy addresses in case you visit the city and you don’t know where to eat:
Lagkagehuset: a great place to buy all kinds of Danish pastries, sandwiches and small salads, if you don’t want to do carbs. But we recommend that you try carbs here. Lots of them. If you are on the go you can grab a couple of their delicious sandwiches or even have a quick but amazing breakfast at one of its different locations.
Ol&Grill: if you love meat, you’ll love this place. Fantastic hamburgers and sirloin steaks. Look at that picture!!!Placed in the famous Nyhavn, it can be full of tourists but well, if you are there you probably are a tourist!! The quality of the food is great and if the weather is nice you can sit on its beautiful terrace and admire the most famous canal in Copenaguen.
Hotel Chocolat: Ok, this is a British company but they are the bomb! Last Saturday afternoon we simply went crazy with their chocolate. They have the most amazing hot chocolate that it’s also a warm mousse. It’s just… you will have to try it. The best treat when it’s freezing outside and you need energy to continue with your visit. It’s surrounded with the best shops, so it’s perfect.
Cafe Norden: our favourite place. You can have breakfast, brunch, a light lunch, enjoy a cup of tea in the afternoon or have the most amazing hamburger for dinner. If you go upstairs you will enjoy the lovely views over Hojbro Plads. The atmosphere is cosy and it’s a great place for people watching.

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