Situated at Refshaleøen – undoubtedly the hottest neighborhood in town at the moment – is Lille Bakery. This his cozy space specializes in artisanal bread and pastries. On our visit for brunch, we tried a bit of everything – vanilla-filled Berliner doughnuts, sausage rolls, and a buttery brioche French toast topped with mascarpone cream and Mirabelle plums that reminded us of Sqirl in Los Angeles. Lunch options at Lille Bakery lean a little heartier, with simple dishes like meatballs and smørrebrød. When you see the surrounding area and building, you might ponder about the strange choice of location. That’s before you realize the closest neighbors are restaurant Amass, restaurant Noma, La Banchina, Reffen (Copenhagen Street Food), and soon, the new restaurant Alchemist.
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Anders Husa & Kaitlin Orr