Guide to Copenhagen - Wulff og KonstaliGuide to Copenhagen - Wulff og KonstaliGuide to Copenhagen - Wulff og Konstali

Yesterday I biked through wind, rain and something supposed to be snow, all the way from Nørrebro to the end of Amager. I was meeting my friend Cecilia for brunch at her work, a café called Wulff & Konstali. It’s quite a bike ride out to the café, but I promise that it’s worth the ride. Now, when it’s raining, and for sure when it’s sunny and warm outside again.

Wulff & Konstali is quite a special place. It’s situated in a neighborhood that used to be very industrial, and the industrial feeling continues inside. It’s not the biggest place in the world, but it feels big. A long table in the middle, with room for at least 20 persons, sets the scene. Cecilia and I continue through the room, to a big purple sofa in the back.

Wulff & Konstali serves coffee and sweet treats, brunch, juice and hot dishes. I want the brunch, and get handed a small paper where I can cross off what I want to eat. It’s all organic and several of the dishes are quite different to the normal brunch menu in Copenhagen. What’s not to like?

Wulff & Konstali Food shop, Lergravsvej 57, Copenhagen S/Amager

Metro to Lergravsparken, 500 meters

Brunch with four dishes and coffe 85 dkk, day of the dish 75 dkk

Linn Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food photography. She also writes the Danish food blog Frk. Kræsen.