Looking for a good place to have breakfast or brunch in Copenhagen? Look no further! I’ve listed my top 3 favorite breakfast restaurants in Copenhagen on this page. From pancakes to scrambled eggs, this is where you can get the best meals to start your day!
All breakfast spots listed on this page have good vegetarian and/or vegan options.
Souls has two restaurants in Copenhagen which both have great breakfast and brunch dishes. Everything on the menu of the Souls restaurants is plant-based, so this is the perfect breakfast spot for vegans and healthy foodies. Souls Nørreport has a special breakfast menu on weekdays for early birds with dishes like a matcha bowl or warm croissant. Both restaurants have a breakfast menu with for example an acai bowl or overnight oats that they serve on weekdays from 10 to 11:30 and on weekends from 9 to 12. Souls also has a brunch menu that they serve until 2pm on weekdays and 3pm on weekends and I absolutely recommend it! The vegan pancake stack is really nice, you get 5 gluten-free pancakes with seasonal fruit and a homemade chocolate sauce. If you can’t choose between all the good breakfast and brunch dishes on the menu of Souls; you can go for their brunch platter: 2 pancakes with syrup, bread, an Avo Smash toast, overnight oats with cinnamon and chocolate sauce, fresh fruit, pea puree, hummus and veggie sticks.
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2 Bowl Market
At Bowl Market in Copenhagen they serve all their dishes in a, you’ve guessed it, bowl. They’re open until 6pm so you can also go to Bowl Market for lunch or an early dinner with their soup or risotto bowls but I recommend them most for breakfast. They open at 7:30am so if you need an early breakfast, Bowl Market is the place to go. One side of the menu is reserved for porridge bowls. You can choose between 3 different porridges (all gluten-free) and three different toppings. My favorite is The Classic with diced, salted almonds, fresh cut apples and caramel sauce. It’s also possible to build your own porridge bowl with toppings of your choice. The other side of the menu at Bowl Market is for açaí bowls (and a mango smoothie bowl). My absolute favorite is the PBA (Peanut Butter & Apple), the base is made with açaí, guava, strawberries and banana and it’s topped with apple, muesli and a super big scoop of peanut butter. Another great option is The Beast, this açaí bowl is made with almond milk and protein powder and topped with banana, blueberries, muesli, coconut flakes and skyr.
If you liked the picture of the breakfast platter at Souls, you’ll also like the brunch platter of Cafe Apropos that they serve on weekdays from 9:30 to 2. On the brunch platter you find scrambled eggs with bacon, grilled chorizo sausages, cream cheese and smoked salmon rillettes, Greek yoghurt with berries and muesli, two kinds of cheese and a pancake. You can also order a vegetarian version (like I did) where they skip the bacon on the eggs and the sausage and you get an extra fruit salad and a bread basket.
In the weekends Apropos has a brunch buffet. You get a free juice and coffee or tea and you and take whatever you want from the buffet.
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