Sjællandsgade 7, 2200 Copenhagen N
The popular restaurant and natural wine bar Gaarden og Gaden, one of Christian Puglisi’s favourite places in town, is now launching Rondo, a new sourdough bakery. Head baker will be Robert Ågren, former head baker at Lille Bakery, and Rondo is also the name of the bakery’s signature round-shaped bread inspired by the French miche. The bakery will focus 100% on organic sourdough bread.
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Rentemestervej 57, 2400 Copenhagen NV
Flere Fugle, a popular neighbourhood bakery, café, and bar, is opening a new bakery and hang-out spot in the same local district; Nordvest. Nordvest is an up-and-coming part of Copenhagen with local and artsy vibes and ‘Flere Fugle’ is not a completely ordinary bakery either. It is a bar, bistro, and an event venue in one!
LEADING BAKERIES IN THE SOURDOUGH REVOLUTION
Enghave Plads 7, 1670 Copenhagen V
Brød (meaning ‘bread’), opened in 2012 and was one of the first bakeries focused on making exquisite sourdough bread. Today, the bakery has five chefs baking bread, all of whom used to work at well-known restaurants around the world.
The cool little bakery is from the same hip folks behind the Vesterbro favourite called Kihoskh, and everything is right there in the name: really good bread.
Juno the Bakery
Århusgade 48, 2100 Copenhagen Ø
One of the most hyped bakeries in town, Juno the Bakery is known for its cardamon rolls and crispy sourdough bread sold in one of Østerbro’s cozy residential streets.
Emil Glaser is a former noma chef from Sweden who then decided to open up a bakery in the residential district of Østerbro. Together with his girlfriend Nina Schmiegelow, Glaser wanted to create a bakery, where locals would meet and talented craftsmen would create the best cardamon rolls in Copenhagen, and one can safely say they succeeded in doing so.