If you like good coffee, you’ll love Copenhagen. Copenhagen is full of charming coffee bars, serving delicious coffee. No matter if you want a traditional filter coffee, a milky cappuccino or a fast espresso, there’s a good option. These are the three places that I think serves the best coffee in Copenhagen.

Coffee Collective
The Coffee Collective
Coffee Collective was the first real coffee bar I discovered in Copenhagen and it’s still the one I visit most frequently. It’s situated three different places and my favorite one is their coffee bar in Jægersborggade, quite close to where I live. My second one is their coffee bar in Torvehallerne (the covered market) – where you can drink coffee and people watch big style while drinking it. They are all very different, but no matter which one of their three bars you choose, you’ll get great coffee.
Address: Jægersborggade 10 (Nørrebro), Torvehallerne (central Copenhagen) and Godthåbsvej 34B (Frederiksberg)

Copenhagen Coffee Lab
It took me quite a while before I discovered this fantastic coffee bar, situated just a street from Strøget – the most popular tourist street in Copenhagen. It’s hidden in a cellar, and the tourists don’t seem to find it that easy. At Copenhagen Coffee Lab they don’t just serve coffee – they love coffee. And it shows in every single cup they serve. If you’re a fan of classic filter coffee you’ll love this place.
Address: Boldhusgade 6, central Copenhagen

Kent Kaffe Laboratorium
One of the first times I visited Kent Kaffe Laboratorium was a hot day in June. They had a cold brew at the menu, and I wasn’t in doubt. It seemed like the perfect choice on a sunny summer day. At first the cold brew took me by surprise. It was served black with a few ice cubes. No milk. “Try it without milk before you say anything” said the barista. So I did. And wow. That’s the best ice coffee I’ve ever had, and every time I try a new coffee down here I feel the same way.
Address: Nørre Farimagsgade 70, central Copenhagen

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.