At the corner of Rantzausgade, Nordisk Brødhus is situated. The owner, Lennart, used to work in London, but a few years ago he moved back to Denmark and Copenhagen. When the room at Rantzausgade suddenly was empty and ready for a new owner, he decided to start a bread bakery.

Nordisk Brødhus is not like any other bread bakery. In the middle of the room is a big oven. Every morning Lennart or his employees’ light a big fire inside the oven, and bake the bread next to it. They don’t have a decided menu; they bake whatever they feel like in the morning. Sometimes you can buy the dark Danish “rågbrød”. Sometimes cinnamon buns and sometimes sourdough bread. Either to eat there, or take with you home. There are a few tables and chairs, and a lovely atmosphere, if you want to stay and hang out.
Nordisk Brødhus also serves dinner. They only have one dish every evening, which they have prepared in the big oven. It’s often big and delicious meals, but if you come to late, they might be all sold out.

Rantzausgade 58, Nørrebro

Forum Metro-stop (950 meters away) or Bus 5A stop Kapelvej (700 meter away)

Around 100 DKK for dinner, 30-40 DKK for a bread, 50 DKK for breakfast and 100 DKK for brunch

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Linn Katarina 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 communication. She is also the creator of the Danish food blog and radio show Frk. Kræsen.

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