Food & Drinks

Copenhagen Cooking

Copenhagen Cooking is one of the biggest food festivals in Northern Europe. The food festival’s mission is to spread awareness of Copenhagen as a world-class gastronomic destination through high-quality culinary events.

Copenhagen Cooking is a non-profit festival which aims to be a platform that attracts tourists and leading international players from the food industry.

Copenhagen Cooking takes place from August 23 – September 1
Find more information on the website

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Mikkeller Craft Beer Bars

Biking Copenhagen recommend all beer geeks to pass by either ‘Mikkeller Bar‘ in Vesterbro or ‘Mikkeller & Friends‘ in Nørrebro.

Mikkeller aims to brew beer that challenge the concept of good beer and move people. Mikkeller does this by using the best ingredients and work with the most talented and creative minds around the world.

Find more information about the brewery and the bars on Mikkeller’s website:

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While in Copenhagen you should definitely pass by Torvehallerne. It is situated just by the metro of Nørreport. Torvehallerne is a food market where you can find specialities from all over the world.

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Biking Copenhagen recommend you enjoy the nice atmosphere at Torvehallerne with a coffee from ‘The Coffee Collective’.

Brunch time!

The danes are crazy about brunch. Especially on sundays the cafés of Copenhagen are full of people enjoying brunch with family or friends.

Biking Copenhagen recommends these three very different brunch places:

1. ‘Posh brunch’ at Paustian served on royal porcelain.
Price DKK 205,- incl. coffee or tea, and fresh orange juice.
Open only on sundays!


2. ‘Grandmother brunch’ at Kalaset served by swedish youngsters.
Price is around DKK 99,- but does not include coffee/tea and juice.
(Serves vegetarian brunch as well.)


3. ‘Pixie brunch’ at Pixies in the neighborhood of Østerbro.
Price is DKK 125,- excl. coffee/tea and juice.
(Serves vegetarian brunch as well.)

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Carlsberg – Probably the best beer in the world

If you are into good beers you should definitely visit Carlsberg.

Carlsberg is one of the Nordic region’s oldest breweries with an impressive and compelling history. You can experience the authentic brewery and learn the fascinating history of Carlsberg and its world famous beer.

The 10.000 m² Visitors Centre is located within the buildings of the original brewery founded in 1847.

The entrance fee is DKK 70,- and includes two beers (or softdrinks).


Si te interesa la cerveza sin duda debes visitar a Carlsberg.

Carlsberg es una de las cervecerías más antiguas de la región nórdica, con una historia impresionante y convincente. Se puede experimentar la auténtica fábrica de cerveza y conocer la fascinante historia de Carlsberg y su famosa cerveza.

El Centro de Visitantes de 10.000 m² se encuentra dentro de los edificios de la fábrica de cerveza fundada en 1847.

La entrada es de DKK 70, – e incluye dos cervezas (o refrescos).