Nyhavn 17, Copenhagen

Being a tourist spot, I’m pretty sure any of the pubs/restaurants located along the iconic Nyhavn canal would most likely be overpriced. However I can’t help but wanted to end my day there by having a beer and people watch while seated along the stretch of shophouses.

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We chose to have some light bites and drinks at the Nyhavn 17 mainly cos this yellow shophouse was featured in many of the miniature models that we saw. Effective “advertising”?

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We also tried some other food/snacks in Copenhagen which I shall include in this post since it’ll be the final post on Copenhagen.

Firstly, visit to The Coffee Collective – they are reputed to be Danish king of coffee. We visited the outlet in Torvehallerne. Torvehallerne is a food hall/market with many stalls selling produces and food products.  Love the design of the cups and of cos they use quality coffee beans. A must-visit for any coffee addicts.

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Secondly, we tried mini flødeboller from SummerbirdFlødeboller is a traditional danish sweet treat, its somewhat like chocolate-coated marshmallow. We tried the seasonal flavour along with the classic chocolate flavour. The white one is liquorice which we avoided~

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The orangey coloured summer edition has a base of oozing, soft marzipan with strawberry filling and white chocolate coating. The classic version has fluffy egg white filling and chocolate coating. I found the summer edition refreshing and a nice blend of strawberry and chocolate whereas the classic one reminded me of “Choco Pie” albeit with a thin chocolate layer instead of thick cakes.

Thirdly, we wanted to try Avocado Toast at Atelier September. However as the place was full and the kitchen seems short-handed, we decided to just buy a coffee to to go…

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Even at the airport, just before we fly we had to have our last filling of Danish hotdogs =) Loved the fried onions topping that made it exceptionally fragrant.

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Was trying to finish spending my last Krone when I saw an interesting product – Coffee that can be brewed in the bag. Just add hot water and gourmet coffee would be ready. A handy product for travelling.

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