Stepping into the charming 1950's inspired Granola cafe is like stepping back in time due to its eclectic mix of vintage furnishings, rustic tables and an old fashioned pull-handle cash register thrown in the mix. This casual cafe’s popularity prompted an expansion in recent years from tiny to merely cozy, nestled amongst the boutiques and food stalls on bohemian Værnedamsvej. Granola cafe tends to be frequented by a young and stylish crowd of coffee lovers. Enjoy Granola’s healthy chicken salad, some of the best croissants in town, or a delicious bowl of porridge to start out a relatively early Danish morning (the café opens at 7 am weekdays). The house ice cream is heavenly, served out the front of the cafe in a classic long sundae glass - don’t miss the mouth-watering salted caramel or the richly decadent chocolate chip. The vintage décor, period music and old-fashioned milkshakes all add to a tastefully nostalgic atmosphere. Order the infamously unpronounceable red-berry pudding Rødgrød med fløde, and you'll earn the bemused respect of the locals. It's not the fastest breakfast in town, so set aside some time to savor it.