This visit to Copenhagen brought some new discoveries and visits to old favourites. Heading to Warpigs, Neighbourhood Pizza and Juicy Burger is always a must. As well as a trip to the Torvehallerne.
This time we discovered Jagger, a fabulous place for fried chicken and cheeseburgers as well as Kaffe & Vinyl. The perfect hideaway for coffee and whatever the barista is DJ-ing (usually Jazz).
One of our favourite lunches this go-round was at the Aquarium. However it did feel slightly wrong to be eating fish while we were looking at fish, but we just ran with it.
After finishing up a cup of coffee at Kaffee & Vinyl one morning we headed down the street and turned to the sound of an old fashioned school bell ringing. We realised that unlike the musical tunes that our ice cream vans play in England, in Copenhagen, the Ice Cream man rings a bell to announce his arrival. It was beyond charming!
I have a secret! Mr. Michie surprised me on Valentine’s by telling me he was taking me to our beloved city for a short break! I almost passed out with delight! We bundled up and walked through the snow to some of our favourite places and made some new discoveries along the way too. We ate delicious food, lit candles in our apartment and watched the river go by at night. It was very hygge!
Our view of the river.
Le Gourmand on Værnedamsvej. This street is the “mini Paris” of Copenhagen.
Blomsterskuret, the most amazing flower shop. Also located on Værnedamsvej.
Tulips for sale at Blomsterskuret.
Snow laden branches.
A walk in the snow.
Lunch at the Louisiana Museum.
Physichromie 497, Carlos Cruz-Diez at the Louisiana Museum.
A different way to view the world, Louisiana Museum.
Juicy Burger Order.
Juicy Burger potatoes.
Brisket, sweet pickles and mac ‘n cheese at Warpigs.