Four delicious foodie haunts
Forget your typical supermarket shop - if you're lucky to be staying somewhere where you can cook for yourself, Copenhagen is the place to go wild when it comes to buying food. It also makes a great souvenir (but check your weight limit if you're planning to take a lot of rugbrød home with you!)
Torvehallerne, the city's marketplace, has fresh food stalls alongside an oyster bar, a specialist French cheese shop, smørrebrød stands and more. If you need specialist ingredients, you'll find them there.
If your taste is for sweet things, you're also spoiled for choice. Among the city's many bakeries, there are a few special spots to hunt out. In Østerbro you will find Leckerbaer, a bakery that serves the most delicious gourmet cookies made by Michelin chefs Jakob Mogensen and Gabi Bär Mogensen. You could also go to Refshæløen and seek out Lille Bakery, a sweet bakery with fantastic baked goods and pastries to eat in or take away, run by a former Noma chef, or swing by Harts Bageri on Gammel Kongevej, another outstanding bakery with a Noma connection.