I’ve already posted two different top lists about breakfast and brunch in Copenhagen. However, there are so many good places to eat the first meal of the day in this town, that I just have to share another one with you. So here you go, three more delicious breakfast alternatives – with an international and slightly different touch.

Voulez Vous?
Say hi to a little bit of France. This French café is situated downtown and serves a really good (and quite cheap) French breakfast. It’s only 49 dkk, and if you prefer a Nordic breakfast instead, you can get one for the same price. All included, you get a good breakfast, a juice and a coffee for around 100 dkk. You can read more about Voulez Vous? here.
Address: Larsbjørnsstræde 20, central Copenhagen

Guide to Copenhagen: Best breakfast in Copenhagen

Mahalle CPH
Breakfast at Mahalle is something completely different. They serve Lebanese and Turkish food, and you can choose between a Lebanese or a Turkish breakfast. If you go with the Lebanese one, you’ll get some delicious Lebanese bread, hummus, greek yoghurt, oil, spices, tomatoes and beans and some olives. At the side? Tea of course. You can read more about Mahalle CPH here.
Address: Birkegade 6, Nørrebro

Wulff & Konstali
Wulff & Konstali is a quite special place. When you order a brunch here you can mix and choose between several different options. It’s easy. You get a small list with different options, you mark five of them and then you wait for some really good small dishes. If you want to spoil yourself, you can go for the unhealthy choices and if you want to be a bit healthier, you pick some other dishes. You can read more about Wulff & Konstali here.
Address: Lergravsvej 57, Amager

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.