It’s been said that Lydolph invented the typical Danish Isbar (ice cream bar)—Copenhagen’s more authentic version of the popular retro American soda fountain. In the summer months it’s common to find yourself waiting in a line out the door for one of their colossal cones fashioned with mountainous scoops of ice-cream, generously topped with pink icing, or smothered by chocolate-covered marshmallows.
Lydolph thinks big, serving huge, sweet proportions out of a relatively small space, decorated with quirky, heartfelt drawings. Without a doubt, this is where you’ll find the best ice cream in Copenhagen. Whatever craving you have, Lydolph’s has a concoction for you.