This is why you want to go to Andersen Bakery in Copenhagen

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Ready for a parade of dazzling pastries? Andersen Bakery is the jeweler among Danish bakers. It’s almost a shame to take a bite, the croissants and cakes are so beautiful. Game is sprinkled here with matcha, bright pink berry powders – and as icing on the cake, the flavor combinations are to dream away.

If you’re planning a trip to Copenhagen, you should stop by Andersen Bakery. We are not often compelling at Culy, but this baker makes such irresistible creations that we urge you to order something. And no, we don’t own shares.

A small scroll across the Instagram feed speaks volumes: here you just want everything.

Andersen (boomerang) Bakery

Andersen is a kind of boomerang bakery. In 1959 the Japanese founder Shunsuke Takaki made a trip through Denmark and came into contact with Danish baking. He fell madly in love, especially with bread and the Danish viennoiserie.

When he returned to Japan, he and his wife decided to open bakeries themselves in various places in Asia. Now, years later, Andersen Bakery has opened where it all started. Copenhagen.

Japanese flavors

It takes something to impress the Danes with their own baked goods: the whole city is an oasis of crumbly pastries, each more crispy than the last. So what makes Andersen so special?

It is above all the ingenious flavor combinations that transcend the classic Danish pastries. Here you will find the most delicious croissant variations, including croissants filled with salted caramel, crunchy coconut flakes and something we have not seen anywhere before: a rhubarb croissant! Wow, so delicious.

Flavor combinations at Andersen Bakery

The cakes are even more exciting. There is one with blackcurrants and a lemon verveine mascarpone, a chocolate mousse with a pistachio praline, a gel of cherries and on the bottom a delicious almond cake with chocolate crunch.

You will also find classics such as the cardamummabullar and the Danish. But the best baked goods to try are those with a Japanese twist, such as the warm mini milk balls filled with cardamom, or the matcha roll.

The bakery is located on Brygge Island (Thorshavnsgade 26). So buy an extra cake to eat outside during a city picnic.

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