Copenhagen is a dessert paradise. If you know me, I make sure I try eating at as many patisseries as I can when I travel. Copenhagen was no different. Here is a list of the bakeries that I loved the most in Copenhagen. You should definitely try and visit as many of these as you can. You’ll not be disappointed!
La Glace is iconic and if you love desserts, your Copenhagen trip is incomplete without a trip to this bakery. It is one of the oldest confectioneries in Copenhagen and also my favorite. It is a fancy place and so are their desserts. You should definitely taste their iconic Sportskage ( sports cake). The Sports Cake consists of crushed nougat, whipped cream, a macaroon bottom and
caramelized choux pastry. It is one of the best desserts I’ve ever had. EVER.
Leckerbaer is an absolutely adorable bakery that you could drop by for a great cup of coffee and a collection of some spectacular desserts. Their gourmet cookies are very popular and I’m not surprised why. They are so delicate and the flavors are bold, just as I like it! I’m sure these flavors will blow you away. Each cookie costs DKK 15. I decided to go with the selection of 8 cookies ( DKK 100) . You should also try their tarts- they’re beautiful!
Andersen bakery is a cozy bakery where you could do for a sweet breakfast- that’s what I did. Order a cup of coffee and some dessert and sit around to enjoy the smell of freshly baked breads. I ordered a selection of rolls and danish pastries- they were all SO good. Andersen is also very affordable and reasonable.
Meyers a small bakery that only has room for 5 people. It may be small but it’s a gem. You enter the bakery and you’re welcomed by the most delicious smelling breads and cakes. My guide, who I did the cycling tour with, especially took me to Meyers for their cinnamon rolls. She said they’re her favorite cinnamon rolls in Copenhagen.Those cinnamon rolls “kanelsnurrer” made with Valrhona chocolate are definitely worth a visit to Meyers.