I’ve earlier written about great breakfast and brunch in Copenhagen. I’ve told you about American pancakes, porridge and bread baked in a stone oven. It’s all delicious, but sometimes all you want is a small traditional breakfast to a good price. Luckily for you, cheap breakfast in Copenhagen can still be a good breakfast. Here are three great places, that aren’t too expensive.

Bevar’s (which I’ve written about twice before, since it’s SO good) offers a good small breakfast. For 35 dkk you get a few slices of home baked bread (it’s often warm when you get it, yum!), jam and cheese. It’s a small and good breakfast. They offer yoghurt and granola as well as the Danish “rågbrød” if you prefer that. All the small dishes cost around 35 dkk. (Bevar’s don’t open until 9.30 AM, so don’t get there to early.)
Address: Ravnsborggade 10 B

In the weekdays Taxa offers a good breakfast for 50 dkk. It’s been a while since I last had breakfast there, but that time they offered an egg, bread, fruit and yoghurt with granola, which I think is quite good to the price. They serve this breakfast from 8-10, Monday-Friday.
Address: Hørsholmsgade 32

The true Copenhager might find it a bit lazy that I put Riccos on this list, but to be totally honest: it’s good. Riccos is one of those chain coffee bars that you can find all over Copenhagen. However, it’s a good chain coffee bar. While I sometimes feel totally wrong when I visit the Starbucks look-a-like-coffee bars in Copenhagen, I always like Riccos, no matter which one of the Riccos I visit. They serve buns with jam and cheese as well as yoghurt and croissants to a very affordable price every morning. Together with great coffee, that is.
Address: All over town. I usually visit the one at Stefansgade.

If it’s a sunny summer day, Taxa is the place to go, since they offer lots of seats outside.

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.