Vegetarian Restaurants in Copenhagen
If you’re familiar with the city, you know the city lives for cozy ambiances. Luckily for the plant inclined, there are plenty of vegetarian restaurants in Copenhagen that are just as hygge as all of those cozy coffee shops.
This is a cool spot that brings traditional food to the modern age. Grød is the danish word for porridge, but don’t ask me how to pronounce it. Porridge you say? Go for the one with beets, it’s worth it. One of the more unique vegetarian restaurants in Copenhagen.
This raw vegan place is a little on the pricey side, but definitely worth a visit.
This place is a millennial’s wet dream. Think grain bowls and salads. If you’re familiar with Sweetgreen from the states, this is the place for you.
This was one of my favorite finds in Copenhagen. This cafe has a bohemian vibe, located right next to Christiana. Prices are decent and serving sizes are great. Try one of the smoothies as well.
Vegan cheesecake. Need I say more? But real talk, the baked goods here are incredible and worth a visit.
Though not a dedicated vegetarian spot, this place serves some great pizza and can be a good option for a large group that includes meat-eaters. Also one of the trendier restaurants in Copenhagen.
Located in the anarchist district of Christiana, this is a very cozy place that serves a new dish each day and it’s all homemade. Relatively well priced for the portion sizes as well.
Another spot that isn’t dedicated to vegetarians since it’s a giant food market, but nonetheless there is plenty of great vegetarian options to be found. Just stroll through and see what speaks to you.
Another spot in Christiana. Also doubles as a small grocery store, run by local resident in Christiana, if you need to pick up some local produce while you’re there.
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