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Denmark is famous for Hans Christian Anderson and the Little Mermaid. However, can you still eat and drink when visiting the country? Check out some suggestions from felloe travellers who have been there before.

Click on one of the more popular locations or search for where you want to go or what you want to eat. Alternatively, use our Map to find all Gluten Free locations near you!

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Cafe Fika
Aarhus, Jutland View On Map
A great placeret with glutenfree sandwich, wraps and MANY delicious salads. You can also have some glutenfree chocolate and cakes:-)
Recommended By: Kristina A y On: 2016-08-16

Cafe Piccolina
Aarhus, Jutland View On Map
At Cafe Piccolina you can have glutenfree pizza and it's the Best pizza restaurant in Aarhus. The owners is italian and makes the most delicious pizzas!
Recommended By: Kristina AY On: 2016-08-16


Foodfein
Aarhus, Jutland View On Map
Foodfein is a great cafee - baker, where you can have delicious glutenfree bread and cakes. The cafee is very cosy and serves great brunch, lunch (and early dinner). You can also buy some "to go" :-)
Recommended By: Kristina A y On: 2016-08-16


Naturbageriet
, Nationwide View On Map
Naturbageriet is a small chain of bakeries, with good ecological quality. Located in Copenhagen and in Rørvig (in Rørvig only from marts - oktober). In addition to their regular bread, they offer gluten-free bakery. You will find bread, cakes, crackers, etc. Are you planning to bake birthday cake, you can order cake bottoms, very tasty. My favorite is their cinnamon buns, baked with rice flour.
Recommended By: @sanseligdk / roervigkro.dk On: 2013-04-09


SuperBest
, Nationwide View On Map
In SuperBest supermarked in Rørvig, I have found many delicious gluten-and lactose-free products. Exposed in the store I have found items such as pasta, flour, biscuits, candy, soy milk, soy yogurt, frozen buns and other goodies. My experience is that the staff would provide a good service and try to order goods by the demand. There is a shelf where several of the products are Exposed together.
Recommended By: @sanseligdk / roervigkro.dk On: 2013-04-09


Rørvig Kro
Rørvig, Zealand View On Map
Rørvig Kro is a true gourmet restaurant. The city is beautiful spring and autumn, but especially around midsummer there will be many guests. Staff at Rørvig Kro is unusually attentive when you provide allergies or special dietary habits. Vegetarian, diabetic, etc. Do you tell a couple of days in advance that you visit the inn, they can, if you wish, bake special bread for you. The warmest recommendations from a gluten / lactose intolerant diabetic.
Recommended By: @sanseligdk / roervigkro.dk On: 2013-04-09


Cafe Diamanten
Centre, Copenhagen View On Map
This place was billed as the cafe with amazing views, unfortunately there were major building works going on the road outside (think huge metal crates) so no views were to be had, but frankly on a cold drizzly day indoors is where I am heading! I am so glad that I found out about this cafe before I went to Denmark because even if I had stumbled across it (just a couple of minutes from the Lego shop on the main shopping street) I doubt very much it would have dawned on me to ask if they had gluten free bread. For the record, they mention on the Danish menu that they have gluten free bread to make sandwiches however this is not written on the English menu so it just goes to show how useful it is to do your research.

I had a really good roast beef and horseradish open sandwich. I was a little worried, in a I'm a coeliac fashion, that maybe the bread wasn't gluten free as it wasn't like any other gluten free bread I've had. It was dark like a rye bread and to an extent tasted very much like bread except when I compared it to Mr G's bread mine seemed slightly more crumblier!

We ate here a couple of times simply because it is in such a convenient location if you are wandering around the centre of Copenhagen. The food an atmosphere is really good. Lunch times are busy, but it is worth the effort to come to.
Recommended By: @itsgottobegf / itsgottobeglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2012-10-05


La Glace
Skoubogade, Copenhagen View On Map
La Glace, is an institution and an institution must be visited! Before going to Denmark I had been given gf cake recommendations at La Glace by the Danish Coeliac group on Facebook . I was also able to find La Glace's website where they had the allergy friendly cakes listed on their website including flourless, dairy free, almond free, hazelnut free and fruit free.

The first time we visited it was a very busy Saturday afternoon. It was almost as if the whole of Denmark had squashed itself in to this two room coffee shop. While waiting for my number to be called I found an English menu listing all the cakes including Lucky You labelled gluten free. Sadly when my turn came Lucky You had been sold out!!! Panic set in! Fortunately I was offered a Sarah Bernhardt and I also felt pleased that I had read the names of the cakes suitable for me.

The Sarah Bernhardt turned out to be gorgeous. At a first glance, it seemed to be a round of solid dark chocolate but when you dived in there was first a sharp crack as the chocolate was a broken into then came the very soft and light slightly sweeter and milkier chocolate mousse followed by the sweetness of a coconut macaroon which supported the whole thing. Ingenious! The second time we went to La Glace was on Monday afternoon, it seemed just as busy so we quickly grabbed a number (knowing what to do) but were surprised when we turned around to discover that tables were available! Yay! Sadly no sign of the elusive "Lucky You" but what I was offered was absolutely delightful: a walnut and dark chocolate base, with a passion fruit jelly centre, ever so slightly tart, wrapped in a soft chocolate mousse, and then dusted in chocolate and topped with a chocolate leaf. Delicious!

As a final note please note that Denmark has extra taxes on sugar, butter and things to make cakes and sweets so they may seem slightly more expensive! However do not let this put you off visiting La Glace, honestly it is very much worth the visit!
Recommended By: @itsgottobegf / itsgottobeglutenfree.wordpress.com On: 2012-10-05


Tight
Hyskenstraede, Copenhagen View On Map
The food was excellent, the service was very nice. It's a very convenient location right off the Stroge and I highly recommend it. Not an extensive menu, but the service was great, and the waiter had no problem accommodating my partner who eats gluten free.
Recommended By: ipsque On: 2010-12-14


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