Really charming & cosy, perfect place to enjoy a hot coffee, service is really nice and pastries are really good also
1 - 10 of 132 reviews
Perfect location to sit back and relax (they have lots of large, comfy sofas!) or to people-watch outside. Plenty of cakes and raw vegan friendly snacks too. The homemade iced tea was a personal favourite.
We had a soya latte at the cafe around 2pm on a Sunday. There was a really cosy atmosphere, no overcrowding or noise which we enjoyed. The coffee was served in a big glass and warm delicious :) We sat in the moroccan room downstairs,...More
Very good coffee, very old furniture and some very interesting cakes and sandwiches also. What not to like? Well, not much, it is just cosy and in the "student-area" of CPH. I always go for coffee when around.
An unconventional café situated under ground with sofas and comfy chairs, which makes you really feel like in a living room. The milkshakes, coffee and the music as well were very good. The only negative and space for improvement is that the staff doesn’t clean...More
A nice café with a good atmosphere and location. Their pastries are delicious! Only reason it don’t get full pot is because when asked to warm up the pie they couldn’t do it.
Almost every time I've been to Copenhaguen with friends, we've dropped by The Living Room at least once. It has great atmosphere downstairs where the pillow area is. There is nice, chill live music sometimes.
Most of this cafes seats are situated below ground. There are sofas and coffee tables and it seems extremely cozy. Unfortunately sofas were all taken and we settled for a window side table. Cakes were tasty and tee as well.
We loved this place. A real ‘hygge’ feel to the downstairs and lovely friendly service. Happy hour offers 2 beers for 40 DKR so a good option if you want to call in for a quiet beer