The Generationals - Black Lemon
SHIT TO DO IN COPENHAGEN
This is the ‘oatest’ place in Copenhagen for porridge so if you are a fan of the ‘Porage’ go, no better run to Grod. The risotto ain’t bad too. Only downside, it must take a lot of love to make danish porridge as we waited an hour for our boal of oats!
“Restaurant Höst has brought a bit of rural Scandinavia into urban Copenhagen ... It gives a real sense of what it is to be Danish.” This quote found on their website describes marvelously well what Host is all about. I personnaly love these types of restaurants: the interiors look great, the food is good and the overall atmosphere contrary to fine dining isn’t too uptight and pretentious. It’s what I look to call it ‘hip gastronomy’. Try their one of their tasting menus, you won’t be decepointed!
This interior design shop isn’t just a posh danish version of IKEA! Set in the centre of Copenhagen, HAY took over a three floor building and filled it up with beautiful pieces of contemporary furniture, lighting and accesories. It’s the perfect place to buy yourself some interior wonders.
Hipster bar, open late where you can shake that bum of yours on some nineties techno tracks. What else would you be looking for?
If you're feeling hungry or in a need of a drink or coffee go check out this little danish street. It's filled with plenty of nice restaurants and cafes.