It’s no secret that The Coffee Collective makes the best coffee in Copenhagen. Ask anyone in the street, and they will point you in that direction. No matter if you want a creamy cappuccino or a black coffee.

The first time I visited The Coffee Collective was in the fall 2011, and now I no longer dare to count the amount of cups I’ve consumed there. That’s how good it is. One of the things I love about the coffee bar is that the barista helps me find the coffee that fits me the best. Even if the queue behind me is quite long, they take their time - and I always end up with a good coffee.

The Coffee Collective is situated in three places in Copenhagen.

In Torvehallerne (the indoor farmers market), is a coffee bar where you can sit in the window or outside (if it’s sunshine). If you want a cake to your coffee, there are several bakeries’ a few steps away (I recommend Café Rosa).

The second coffee bar is situated in Jægersborggade. There are only a few places to sit, if you don’t want to sit outside (which is a really nice alternative). This is the kind of coffee bar where the locals go to buy their morning coffee before work. On the other side of the street is Meyers Bageri situated, and if you want something together with your coffee, I recommend their chocolate scones.

The last coffee bar is in Godthåbsvej. It’s bigger, and it has a more industrial look. There are windows between the production rooms and the coffee bar, so that you can see what’s happening.

The Coffee Collective, Torvehallerne, Israels Plads (map here)
Jægersborggade 10, Nørrebro (map here)
Godthåbsvej 34, Frederiksberg (map here)

30-50 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.