Drink.Stay.Dine. at Copenhagen

This weekend we went to Copenhagen en amoureux. That means without the baby. For the first time. To celebrate our 3 year anniversary.
We missed our little girl. Especially because in Copenhagen you see 2 strollers for every adult and it is such a family minded city,  but we enjoyed our time together, just the two of us. 
And of course we had good food!
Here our hotel, food & drink  report on our 3 days in Copenhagen:
 We stayed at the Axel Guldsmeden Hotel, very cosy and eco-friendly.

  On arrival we had lunch at the Foodmarket at a Smorrebrod place.

After a good walk we had coffee at The Coffee Collective, a roastery that strives to develop a sustainable production and improve the quality of the coffee. 

 We had dinner at 'Oliver and the black circus', a very good restaurant with original food with a heavenly taste, service very laid back & friendly. I highly recommend it.

 They had a very, very good cocktail (read: tipsy Lisa) with Lime wodka, passion fruit, ginger and a lemon leaf.

Day 2 we had breakfast at Granola, I had the breakfast plate with a pancake, cinnamon toast and home made hazelnut paste.
After a 30 minute train ride we visisted the Louisiana Museum at the sea side and had some more Smorrebrod lunch in the sun with sea view.
When we got back we had some Danish beer on a terrace at Nyhavn.
In the evening we had dinner at Radio, which again had a very interesting menu, very vegetable orientated and intense flavours, but the overall experience could not match our dinner at the previous restaurant 'Oliver and the black circus'

 After dinner we went for drinks in the meat packing district at Karriere, a bar with a cool atmosphere, good music and well shaken drinks! We had Raspberry Punches.

This morning we went for breakfast at Toby's Café at the Island Brygge after sleeping inn quite late, okay Danish breakfast but service not very friendly, but good cappuccino.
That rounds up our culinary tour in the capital of Denmark.