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Another great little place inside Torvehallerne is Granny’s House, who sell an assortment of pastries, tea’s and coffee’s.
The atmosphere has a real cosy, welcoming feel. The tables have been decorated in knitted and crochet covers, with decorative flowers on. And the chairs are painted...More
Checking in one last time at Torvehallerne, the glass market previously visited for Laura Bakery, Coffee Collective, Grod and Sweet Valentine, it was mostly as a way to pass some time that Granny’s House got figured into Friday, the cutesy space decorated in colorful bubbles...More
Probably the patisserie and bakery where the biggest assortment and the quality are high the whole way!
They youse butter and chocolate ☺ they dont twist the recipe the bad way...
They are honest and quality and price match
Inside Torvhallerne Market - visited 4 times over 5 days for delicious pastries and hot drinks. A very good start to the morning! Friendly service and a fair price (around DKK 110 for latte, americano, cheese roll and pastry). Can get very busy and seating...More
We enjoyed a latte here. Loved the design of the place and the staff were really friendly. I also tried pizza bread and the mini sausage in a roll. Very tasty and nice place to start the day or to have lunch.
Fælledparken continues into Outer Oesterbro, where Parken (Denmark's national soccer stadium) is located. In the middle of Outer Oesterbro you’ll find Østre Gasværk, which is a popular theatre located in an old (brick-wall) gas cylinder. Travel to the easternmost part of Outer Oesterbro to reach Nordhavn, a harbour area where most of the development is over water, showcasing Copenhagen's constant development. Nordhavn
is home to the UN City and to pricey penthouse apartments which, on a clear day, can see all the way to Sweden.