Veganism is one of the fastest growing lifestyle choices of the moment. Yet there’s still an idea that vegan food can be bland and tasteless. Well, that’s just not true. Plant produce is an exciting and delicious way to eat and it’s healthy. These vegan restaurants in Copenhagen prove just that.
From fine dining to fun brunch dishes, there’s plenty of choice in this city. Vegans, veggies and everything in between can happily eat their heart out here…
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This is an exciting, organic vegetable restaurant in the heart of Tivoli Gardens. It gets its organic vegetables from a local company and uses herbs from its own kitchen garden. Dishes range from subtle Nordic to exotic Middle Eastern and Asian.
There are some animal products on the menu, but the sheer range of skill in the vegetable dishes makes this a must-visit. And yes, the food tastes just as good as it looks.
In a beautiful old warehouse in Østerbro, you’ll find Michelin-starred Kiin Kiin’s vegetarian restaurant Veve. There’s no menu – the chefs create the ever-changing tasting menu from what’s in season, with six chosen snacks and six chosen dishes. It’s lacto-vegetarian but they are more than happy to make all dishes vegan if you ask in advance.
You’ll tell everyone you know about this amazing place.
For a unique experience of vegan restaurants in Copenhagen, this volunteer-based restaurant in freetown Christania is a must-try. Everyone from the chefs to the waiters work here voluntarily. So, the menu ranges from Mediterranean to Middle Eastern.
While the menu changes daily, it’s always homemade vegetarian and vegan fare based on organic ingredients. Usually you can choose between two hot dishes and several salads for less than 100DKK.
This beautiful restaurant is all about feel-good food from organic and natural ingredients. Everything on the menu is vegan and gluten-free. There’s brunch dishes such as avocado with portobello mushroom with garlic and thyme, baked beans, smoked tempeh and a tofu scramble.
The best part? SimpleRAW serves breakfast and brunch all day long, which – like the rest of the menu – can be ordered as takeaway to eat alfresco on summer days.
Founded by two Australians, this cute ‘n colourful cafe’s motto is “eat like you give a fork”. Souls is all about healthy and sustainable eats. As for what’s on the menu? There’s everything from buckwheat pizza, avocado smash and quinoa pancakes to ramen, burgers, salads and raw tasty cakes.
It wouldn’t look out of place in Sydney or Melbourne: it’s easily one of the top vegan restaurants in Copenhagen.
The Organic Boho is a 100% organic and vegan food space in the city. Their business is run in a way that is economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. The menu is full of love and colour, with smoothie bowls, burgers with falafel, tempeh or cauliflower patties and rainbow lattes. Try the golden tumeric one with cinnamon, ginger, agave & oat milk.
When it comes to tasty vegan eats, it doesn’t get much better than this.
A visit to Plant Power Food will get rid of any thoughts that vegan food is boring – the dishes here are beautifully cooked and full of flavour. Highlights include the hearty brunch plate. It has rice paper rolls with avocado, sprouts, raw pickled onion and cucumber, with mushroom pate and other treats.
You’ll be raving about the food here for weeks – trust us.