While in Copenhagen we hardly visited any restaurants and cafés, but we made sure to pay Atelier September a visit. And I´m so, so glad we did!
Located in a small venue in Gothersgade, this little gem can be found. With its large windows, typical Danish interior (read: very minimal) and intimate and relaxed atmosphere one feels very “at home” when entering the door.
The food served is most suitable for breakfast and brunch, but they do however serve wine for those who might wish to buy that.
If you go here, you have to try the “avokadomad” (rye bread with avocado, chives and chili) – it’s seriously delicious!! The greek yoghurt with müsli and zucchini(!) confit is also amazing. Sounds like an odd combo I know, but believe me the taste is heavenly! Surprisingly one of the best yoghurt meals I’ve ever had.
The staff is friendly, the environment inspiring (did I mention that it used to be an antique shop? Which definitely shows. They have combined modern Danish design with antique furniture, decor and original art pieces).
Only “cons” are the prices. Some of the meals tend to be slightly overpriced, but I honestly don’t care. The whole experience makes up for it.
So if you are in the city of bikes – make sure to stop by Atelier September! I will for sure go back as soon as I hit the streets of Copenhagen.
COS shirt, Samsøe Samsøe cardigan, Zara shorts, Nike Roshe Run, Ray Ban Round Metal
So here it is, the first part of my Copenhagen travel diary. Tried to captured the vibrant colours, the charming architecture, the cute bikes one can find everywhere – simply just the mesmerising beauty of this city in the most proper manner. I hope the images at least make a little bit justice to how my new favourite city looks and feels like.
I have relatives in Denmark but have hardly ever visited. This was surprisingly, my first time visiting the Danish capital though! (Most Scandinavians have been there) Shame on me, huh? Suppose good things come to those who wait.
We had more or less two days at disposal which forced us to be selective when deciding where to go, where to eat and what to see. Despite lack in time I felt we manage to do a lot. Hopefully I can go back soon (so I can make a more abundant city guide!).
One thing is sure: Danes are super friendly, they have amazing food, an explicit aesthetic sense and an utterly picturesque capital!
One scoop vanilla ice cream + strong coffee – and voila, you have a lovely frappe dessert! Perfect comfort food for the weekend.
(Pssst. Look at my new, bold copper coloured french press from Bodum. Isn´t it ace?)
1. Inside `Kilden´ Theater 2. Fish soup and white wine at Bølgen & Moi 3. A cute bike
4. Kronprinsensgate 5. `Kilden´ Theater, such a brilliant building! Also love how it stands out from the typical wooden houses you find everywhere in South Norway.
Went for a short visit to Kristiansand this week to see my cousin, as mentioned earlier. Did not bring my DSLR for once (happy back) but snapped some images with my handy iPhone instead (which I also posted on Instagram).
Besides, happened to promise you guys a travel diary from Copenhagen today but in fact I will post it tomorrow instead (promise!!) due to a busy schedule.
Enjoy the Friday and cheers for the weekend!
Woah! I’m featured in the latest issue of `KUNST´ (Norway´s leading Fine Art magazine!!). It’s just a small feature on the last page, with a glimpse from the private view of `Organised Chaos´, but still – it´s a feature! *havetopinchmyselfinthearm
The magazine is now in stock at Narvesen´s shelves and other selected stores across Norway, if you’re interested in getting yourself a copy.
Nevertheless, at the moment I’m in charming Kristiansand visiting my lovely cousin. Will update my Instagram with snapshots today if you want to stay up to date. And hey, expect to find some Copenhagen material on the blog tomorrow!
Headed to Kaffe og Juice on Thursday for a lovely brunch with my Mum. The sun appeared and made our brunch even ten times better. Sitting outdoors during the colder seasons can also be rather nice, you just have to put on some warmer clothes!
As we speak I’m exploring the streets of Copenhagen. Stay tuned, a city guide will be made soon.
Cos coat, Zara trousers, Soyaconsept shirt, Ray Ban Clubmaster, Adidas tennis shoes, Casio watch, Maria Black bracelet
Photos: Toini Sneve, Editing: Me
New in: Adidas Supestar. Feels like I’m ten years old again, wore the exact same model 11 years ago! Hah. Paired them together with tailored trousers, a sheer shirt and a tailored coat though, to avoid looking like a 90s high school gal.
Tuesday afternoon through snapshots: Italian pizza for lunch with my bestie – at Tollboden (which was packed with small birds waiting for crumbles) and a stroll to Steinmann.