Granola / Frederiksberg

Værnedamsvej 5 Tullingsgade Frederiksberg 1819
Opening Hours
Sun 09:00 - 16:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:00 - 00:00
Sat 09:00 - 00:00
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Blogger Reviews @ Granola
Granola – Late evening desserts
Granola – Late evening desserts The street, Værnedamsvej has many great food shops, books, clothes and flower shops, cafés and restaurants and one of the best liquor store in Copenhagen, Juul’s. It’s a nice quick ... continue Copenhagen Spotted by Locals · Blog
Tips from the Net @ Granola
Soumeya Benghanem en
I understand when a Michelin star restaurant with a prix fixe menu refuses to make adjustments, but when a $10 diner tries to do that, it pisses me off. Can I have a side of avocado? No. Can I have a side of beans? No. Service sucks. Don't try the bathroom here. It is a public health hazard. They get two stars for not messing up my Americano and fried eggs. GooglePlace - August 2017
Julia Bell en
We went with high expectations given all the other glowing reviews, but were very disappointed. The venue is really lovely, and perhaps we caught the servers/kitchen on a bad day, but it took ages to get our coffees (which were lukewarm) and a simple pain au raisin. The rest of the food (when it finally arrived) was average (and one of the pancakes we ordered was burnt black and hidden underneath the other two). This was kindly replaced with a new one, but this was cold. A shame as it is a great space in a such a cool part of town. GooglePlace - August 2017
Mathilda Clahr en
I had both a quick coffee here and breakfast. I would really recommend you to eat the porridge - it is amazing. Classic Copenhagen place. Nice atmosphere! GooglePlace - August 2017
Daniel Wren en
This place was amazing the food and drinks selection were really cosy and staff extra friendly. Highly recommend it and price wasn't bad either. One of the best meals I've had in Copenhagen yet. GooglePlace - July 2017
Nathan Vickers en
One of the best meals I've ever had. Had a two course meal, of pork ragout with crushed potatoes, followed by a chocolate, run and coffee mousse, and a lemon cake with a rosemary syrup. My pork was the most delicious combination of flavours and succulent meat I've had since the moonfish in Aberdeen, and the crushed potatoes were perfectly done. Everything was a fantastic balance of flavours, fresh herbs and spices combining together to create a fantastic pallet. We previously went there for lunch, which was good, although dwarfed by the dinner experience. Open topped sandwiches are available with a variety of toppings and beautifully arranged. Service was good, although better on the night too. Good facilities and atmosphere at night. Coffee was mediocre however. I would definitely completely recommend this place, but if you are to go, try and fork out and go for dinner. You won't regret it. GooglePlace - May 2017