A cozy little hole-in-the-wall in Amager is serving some of the absolute best pastries and ice cream in Copenhagen. In the summer, their shop is a cafe and ice cream shop. In the winter, their handmade pastries replace the ice cream cones. (But you can still buy ice cream pints to take home year-round!) The milk ice cream from Alice is our favorite flavor, and the tonka bean waffle cone is out of this world. Their pastries are just as precise as their ice cream. Daily offerings include an almond croissant, a cinnamon roll, and a flawless butter croissant – moist on the inside, crunchy on the outside, with perfectly layered dough. Although maybe less known than some other pastry shops in town, Alice is worth visiting – it’s a hidden gem! We’re so excited to see what this place will become now that they are expanding into the space next door.
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Please send my love and delight in her achievements to Cathleen Hall. I was her Form Teacher and taught Home Economics.
I’m so proud and happy f oi r her.
Ask her to bring some croissants to Dublin for me next time she is home!
Amazing! We will send her your regards.