Kalaset, which we visited for lunch on our first day, warranted a return visit the next morning for brunch. It did not disappoint either visit but today's brunch experience at Granola was by far my favorite during our trip. And Torvehallerne, the indoor market, was frequented so many times by us that I almost feared that the people working there would start to recognize us. Maybe they did but that's okay. It was such a cool market filled with so many different culinary experiences. We will definitely return there, and probably multiple times again, on our next visit.
The bottom line is that there are always hidden treasures to be found when traveling. I prefer to avoid the areas most heavily frequented by other tourists and explore instead the places where the locals hang. Those off the beaten path places that you have to sniff out like a blood hound. We discovered many of these while in Copenhagen I am happy to report. I have hidden treasure favorites in every city I have lived in or visited. It's another thing I collect I suppose.
A rich and intoxicatingly delicious cappuccino at Granola.
The Sweet Breakfast Plate... a pancake with real maple syrup, drained yogurt with homemade muesli and fruit, cinnamon toast with a side of their homemade "nutella"... and I ate it all.
My husbands hat taking a rest in the lovely iron-grated window sill...
A cappuccino while waiting for Kalaset to open for brunch.
Cute wooden spoon to identify your order for the food expeditors.
Agnes' Cupcakes at Torvehallerne. Hazelnut on the left and dark chocolate with passionfruit frosting on the right. Guess which one was the best?
One of the many beautiful booth displays in the market.
Danish Smorbrod... the famous open-face sandwich. We had lunch here on our second day. Delicious!