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The best places to brunch with a view in Copenhagen

Weekend brunch is even better when combined with culture, sea air and views over city towers. You get all this when you set your sights on brunch in Copenhagen.

Toldboden. Photo: Toldboden.


A citadel behind you, sea in front of you, views of the Opera House and the Little Mermaid a stone’s throw away. Toldboden is a perfect destination if you want to combine a wonderful brunch with classic Copenhagen views. The weekend brunch is a magnificent buffet of classics such as eggs, bacon and pancakes plus grilled dishes, salads and sweet things. The brunch is made with sustainable ingredients from the restaurant's own farm and diners enjoy beautiful views over the water.


Nordre Toldbod 18-24

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Louisiana Café. Photo: Louisiana

Louisiana Café

The shimmering blue Øresund as far as the eye can see, green grass and sculptures in the grounds. Not many things can compare with the view from the Calder terrace at Louisiana Art Museum in Humlebæk, while the lunch buffet is modern Nordic cuisine at its best. After lunch, you can admire the world class art, architecture and visit the museum shop.

Louisiana Café

Gl. Strandvej 13, Humlebæk, Copenhagen

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Arkens café is built like a ship and with a great view of beautiful Køge Bugt.


The modern art museum in Ishøj offers views over the Køge Bay seascape and rolling waves. The high ceilinged café architecture and wooden floors lend an air of being on a large sailing ship and you almost have a sense of being at sea as you tackle the classic brunch here.

Arken Café

Skovvej 100, Ishøj, Copenhagen

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Utsikt från takterassen, DACs Café. Photo: Lise Hannibal

Eat at the Dansk Arkitektur Center (DAC)

The DAC café in the newly built BLOX combines a delicious brunch buffet with some of the city's best views over the skyline, city and canal. When you’ve eaten your fill, you can explore the DAC exhibitions that revolve around architecture, design and modern city development and then round off your visit in the delightful museum store.

DAC Café, Dansk Arkitektur Center BLOX

Bryghuspladsen 10

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Entrance to museum required. Brunch Sat-Sun 10am-3pm, Dkr185 for adults, coffee & tea included, Dkr89 for children.

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Japanese brunch on high

Oysters, scallops and a cocktail? Start the day in style with a Japanese inspired brunch on the 23rd floor at Sukaiba at Bella Sky. Here, you’ll eat in stylish surroundings with views over Ørestad, Amager Fælled and the Øresund Bridge. If you really want to spoil yourself, why not combine brunch with a two-hour luxury spa visit in the Bella Sky Spa.

Sukaiba, Bella Sky

Center Boulevard 5

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Brunch: Dkr295 per person. Brunch and spa: Dkr495 per person. Advance booking required for both parts.

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