The Best Bakeries In Copenhagen 

Are you a fan of pastries, cakes, and quality bread? If you’re craving some of the world’s best pastries and bread, then Copenhagen is the place to be and explore for you! This article will lead you to some of The Best Bakeries in Copenhagen.

Denmark is famous for delicious pastries and bread, and Copenhagen is no exception. From cinnamon or cardamom buns to sourdough or rye bread, Copenhagen is full of bakeries offering the best quality products and many different specialties.

We highlight some of the city’s best and most popular bakeries and their flavors. You can enjoy everything from these bakeries or simply try one of the specialties mentioned.

Whether you’re looking for a sweet treat with your coffee or a hearty loaf of bread, we are sure there will be something for you to enjoy.

Juno the bakery

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A popular Interior space and Bakery located at Østerbro. Try the Cardamom bun!

Århusgade 48, 2100, Copenhagen

Hart Bageri

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This is one of the most famous bakeries in Copenhagen, located both at Frederiksberg and Chrisitianshavn. Try the City Loaf bread or bun!

Gammel Kongevej 109, 1850 Frederiksberg
Galionsvej 41, 1437 Copenhagen

Cafe Kaf 


This bakery is heaven for vegans, serving everything vegan at Nørrebro. Try the strawberry or pistachio tart!

Birkegade 21, 2200 Copenhagen


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This bakery is located in 4 different places around Copenhagen.  Try the Almond croissant!

Store Kongensgade 18, 1264 Copenhagen
Strøget, Frederiksberggade 21, 1459 Copenhagen
Gammel Kongevej 171, 1856 Frederiksberg
Østerbrogade 82, 2100 Copenhagen

Collective Bakery


The bakery is located in Nørrebro and specializes in coffee. Try the citronbølge (Lemon Wave)!

Nørrebrogade 176, 2200 Copenhagen

Andersen & Maillard


This bakery serves artisan coffee and pastries at different spots throughout the city. Try the chocolate croissant!

Nørrebrogade 62, 2200 Copenhagen
Antwerpengade 10, 2150 Copenhagen
Ny Østergade 15, 1101 Copenhagen

Il Buco

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Found at Islands Brygge, this place is both a bakery and a restaurant. Try the amazing sourdough bread!

Njalsgade 19C, 2300 Copenhagen

Reinh. van Hauen

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An old bakery located in several parts of Copenhagen and known for the must-try scones!

Store Kongensgade 45, 1264 Copenhagen
Gammel Kongevej 177, 1850 Copenhagen
Falkoner Allé 19, 2000 Copenhagen
Nordre Frihavnsgade 5, 2100 Copenhagen


Photo: @bageriet_benji

A bakery located at Nørrebro specialized in sourdough and pastries. Try the spandauer pastries or the experimental Kartoffelsnurre (a twist on the Danish kanelsnurre)!

Fælledvej 23, 2200 Copenhagen


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A minimal space for design lovers located in Central Copenhagen. Try the round croissants!

Fredericiagade 57, 1310 Copenhagen


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A bakery and pizza place located in a green oasis at Vesterbro. Try the amazing strawberry cakes!

Otto Busses Vej 45, 2450 Copenhagen


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A local neighborhood spot located at Vesterbro. Try the croissants!

Enghave Pl. 7, 1670 Copenhagen

Innovation and tradition: The mix

Copenhagen’s bakeries are able to balance innovation with tradition. The bakers experiment with new flavors and techniques, resulting in unique and tasteful pastries and textures. However, they also maintain a deep respect for the classic Danish recipes that have been passed down through generations. This blend of innovation and tradition is what makes the Copenhagen bakery scene so unique!

When you explore Copenhagens bakeries, you will both enjoy delicious treats; and engage with Danish tradition and culture. A sense of connection to the city and its people is often felt around the bakeries.

Let us know which Danish pastry specialty is your favorite, and make sure to read along for more tips and guides to Copenhagen’s food and restaurant scene here!





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