a vegan’s guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Copenhagen – probably among the top cities for some classic café hopping. And of course – HYGGE! The city offers a great variety of restaurants and cafés – including some vegan deliciousness. In this post I want to share my absolute favourite ones with you. I hope you will enjoy this little guide for a delicious journey through Vegan Copenhagen.

Plant Power Food CPH

Just recently I found this beautiful vegan-only place in Copenhagen. Plant Power Food CPH has a typical scandinavian charme and  serves great food. At the moment this is probably my absolute favourite spot for Brunch (and I have tried a looot of Copenhagen brunches)! Check out their instagram @plantpowerfood_cph or head straight over to Fælledvej 15 to enjoy some vegan deliciousness scandinavian style.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Acacia København

This place is simply amazing! On Gammel Kongevej 171 in Frederiksberg you can enjoy some of the best vegan food I have ever had and a lovely service. By simply looking at their instagram profile @acacia_kbh, you can already tell that the mother-daughter duo from Acacia knows how to create an cosy, yet minimalistic environment to enjoy great food. This is definitely a must-go place if you are in town!

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Matcha Bar

I am completely in love with this place. Not just is the interior design amazing, but all their food is beyond delicious … and totally instagram-pretty! Also, Matcha Bar‘s staff is always friendly and open for a chat. If a matcha fan, you should totally check out this gem … it is right by central station on Helgolandsgade 13.

Price Range: $$$$$

 

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

 

GAO Dumpling Bar

I find vegan dumplings so difficult to find. And this small authentic place offers some crazy delicious dumplings, salads and probably the yummiest fried tofu I have ever tasted. Besides the great food for vegans and meat-eaters, GAO Dumpling Bar is located in the vibrant Blågardsgade in Nørrebro. Definitely a must try!

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Hope Bar

Hope Copenhagen has everything! Smoothie bowls, burgers, salads, juices and much more… this also means you can basically come here at any hour of the day! I love their variety but also the cosy and homish atmosphere at @hopecph.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

 

 The Organic Boho

The Organic Boho serves 100% plant-based deliciousness in forms of salads, wraps, burgers, smoothie bowls and juices. Make sure to go to their location in Christianshavn if you want to sit down and enjoy your food, as the one in the city center is super tiny. I literally enjoyed everything I had at The Organic Boho, besides the Matcha Latte which unfortunately was the worst Matcha Latte ever tasted ( ? ).

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

 

California Kitchen

The MexiCali Bowl at the California Kitchen is a definite must! A healthy and filling salad bowl with a mexican twist and much more is offered at this place. And what is even more amazing, is that all of their bowls are offered vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free or with meat/fish. So if you are ever looking for a place that does justice to all dietary preferences and choices, go check out California Kitchen.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

 

Souls

Cakes, brunch, burger, cocktails. Souls is always a safe and delicious option. Their second and latest location in the city center, just at Nørreport St., makes it so much easier to  stop by for a little treat – to stay, or to go.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Yellow Rose

Yellow Rose is a fairly new and dazzling little space in the city center of Copenhagen. Located on Peder Hvitfeldts Stræde 17, it is just around the corner from some of Copenhagen’s tourist attractions and shopping streets. An excellent place to head to for a little break. Yellow Rose serves everything from brunch over salads to brownies and chocolate chip cookies.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Harbo Bar

Harbo Bar is probably the most untypical place to serve vegan deliciousness in town. The café/bar attracts all kind of people with its laid-back and alternative atmosphere. No matter if you want a coffee with oat milk, homemade ginger lemonade, a beer of Gin Tonic at 11am – Harbo Bar has it! The food is tasty and authentic – a great spot for vegans and non-vegans.

Price Range: $$$$$

 

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Feel Good Café

Near the Lakes on Nørre Farimagsgade 55 lies the charming Feel Good Café. A place for anyone who likes to enjoy the vibrant center of Copenhagen but a relaxing and peaceful environment to fuel up on energy food that makes you feel even better.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Feel Good Café

Feeld Good Café

Kaffeestuen

At the heart of Vesterbro lies Kaffeestuen, you can find a typical Copenhagen café. Kaffeestuen is the perfect spot for no matter what you are looking for: hanging out with friends and enjoy good food and drinks, some time by yourself to read a book or work on your laptop.

Price Range: $$$$$

Yum Café

Yum Yoga & Café is a beautiful new yoga studio and café in Teglholmen. A modern and beautiful neighborhood right by the water. The Yum Café is of course great to check out after a Yoga class – but even without the Yoga it is a cosy place for breakfast, brunch or a little snack – serving vegan and non-vegan delicious food options. Oh and their overnight oats are to die foor!

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Grød

Anything oat with a scandinavian twist. That is Grød.They offer a huge variety of vegan dishes that allow you to try some unexpected yet yummy combinations of food. Great for a healthy and filling breakfast before heading off into your busy day.

Price Range: $$$$$

Rå Hygge

This little gem located in Torvehallerne in central Copenhagen offers yummy vegan and organic cakes, brownies, muffins and so much more. What makes this place really affordable compared to others is their special deals when buying a hot drink and cake/brownie/muffin/…! Plus, the service there is just lovely! Make sure to give it a try.

Be aware that they are changing locations. Meaning the shop in Torvehallerne will be closing down in week 9 of 2018. A new shop and café will open up in Østerbro very soon!

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Kaf

A hyggelig café in the lively neighborhood of Nørrebro, located on Birkegade 21. Café Kaf serves a vegetarian and vegan brunch all day and for those of you with a sweet tooth, not to worry. Their homemade cakes and pastries are

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

 

Blue Taco

Another gem located on Blågårdsgade 1 in Nørrebro that serves tacos and anything mexican for all of us – vegans and non-vegans is Blue Taco! While I find the tacos a bit pricy and the portions too little for a dinner, the Mexi Bowls are my absolute favourite.

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Falafel Factory

You love falafel? Well, who doesn’t? But then Falafel Factory on Nørrebrogade 63 is a must-go for you. Falafel Factory doesn’t just serve any falafel – but add a little twist of carrott or beetroot! The perfect spot for a quick lunch or take-away dinner!

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

Cafe N 

This gem is located on Blågardsgade 17 – one of my absolute favourite streets in the city. And this place is no exception. Cafe Nis a cosy and casual café. You can get anything here, from brunch to salats, cookies, and cakes.

Price Range: $$$$$

Nicecream

Looking for a guilt-free treat? Then head to Nicecream Copenhagen. Their Peanut Butter or Acai Bowls are beyond delicious – you don’t even need a sunny day as excuse to get yourself some nicecream (not that we would have a lot of these here in Copenhagen anyways, but… you get the point).

Price Range: $$$$$

a vegan's guide to: Copenhagen

 

… a work to be continued. If you have any recommendations or places that should definitely be on the list, please share and I will make sure to check it out!

Thank you Romy (from Lustylife.com) and Daniel (from @livetoeatlovelife) who not just strolled around Copenhagen and enjoyed great food with me but also shared their great photos with me to help make this guide look as delicious as the actual food you get at all of these places.

 

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