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Juno the bakery

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"Quite possibly the best of the bunch and certainly my favorite bakery in Copenhagen (if not the world), Juno the Bakery is located on an unassuming Østerbro corner - until you see the 20 person deep queue for their delicious pastries and breads. Headed by Emil Glaser - former pastry chef at the legendary Noma - Juno the Bakery produces a melange of traditional and modern pastries. With famed cardamon rolls (a common motif on this list) alongside unique pastries like pistachio rose snails, there are no bad choices here. Open Wednesday through Sunday, Juno the Bakery is a great start to the day!"
"Juno the Bakery is my personal favorite for pastries and bread. It happened to be in the neighborhood we stayed in, so we visited a few times. They offer a simple menu of bread, pastries, cookies, and filter coffee. (Note: Closed Mon/Tues.) Simple outdoor seating on their patio is available. You should expect a line, particularly on weekends, though it moves fast and is worth the wait. What to order: - Cardamom bun is a must - Every bakery offers a roll with butter and cheese, but Juno's is the very best. - Cookies for later "
"This bakery was recommended the most and I can see why - it can't be missed. The cardamon bun (which they're famous for) is fresh from the oven, melt in your mouth, out of this world delicious! Expect a line but it moves quickly and is definitely worth the wait. A great place to fuel while on a bike ride around the city too. "

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