108 the Corner in Copenhagen Danish Pastries With Untraditional Glazes

108 the Corner is a combined coffee shop and wine bar adjacent to the one-Michelin-starred restaurant 108. Open from early morning, serving coffee from the Oslo-based Tim Wendelboe, and baking their own pastries with untraditional glazes like beef garum – a koji fermented beef stock. My personal favorite is the Danish pastry glazed with Swedish blueberries. On the savory side, try their golden egg with caviar, and fresh apple salad with blackcurrant wood oil. Note that the wine bar has some excellent bottles of natural wine on offer and can serve you a decent dinner too, should the restaurant next door be fully booked.

108 the Corner at Christianshavn in Copenhagen
108 the Corner at Christianshavn in Copenhagen
Bread, butter, and coffee for breakfast
Bread, butter, and coffee for breakfast
Golden egg with caviar
Golden egg with caviar
Breakfast is served at 108 the Corner
Breakfast is served at 108 the Corner
Apple salad with blackcurrant wood oil
Apple salad with blackcurrant wood oil
We are eating ALL the pastries!
We are eating ALL the pastries!
Danish pastry with a blackcurrant glaze
Danish pastry with a blackcurrant glaze
Danish pastry glazed with Swedish blueberries
Danish pastry glazed with Swedish blueberries
Raspberry doughnuts with almond sugar
Raspberry doughnuts with almond sugar
Natural wine from one of my favorite producers – Lucy Margaux from Adelaide Hills in Australia
Natural wine from one of my favorite producers – Lucy Margaux from Adelaide Hills in Australia

What’s your favorite pastry from 108 the Corner? Please share in a comment below.

Anders Husa

I am Anders Husa – a foodie living in Oslo. I eat at the best restaurants in Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and the major food destinations in the world. I share my foodie stories here.

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