10 European brunches absolutely worth travelling for
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Glück und Selig translates to ‘luck and blessings’ in English. The rustic and homely designed restaurant offers waffles and sandwiches made fresh and a special menu that changes daily. Favourites include homemade pretzels and quiche. 6.
Based on Tkalčićeva, a bustling thoroughfare in Zagreb in Croatia, Otto & Frank is a bistro with an emphasis on breakfast, booze and bar snacks. Breakfast in Croatia tends to be made of pastries, cheese and cured meats. However, Otto & Frank’s is one of the places in Croatia that offers breakfast items all day, alongside their standard menu: including oatmeal, a traditional Zagreb breakfast, eggs and bacon on toast, and French toast...and CRISPY POACHED EGGS! 8. The Laundromat Cafe
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The Laundromat Café in Copenhagen is the ultimate multi-tasking destination: you can get your washing done; socialise; eat and drink; read; play games and browse the internet. If you are backpacking, it’s a great place to combine some necessary tasks with a good brunch. The café has games such as chess, Yahtzee, and backgammon; as well as around 4000 books. In terms of food, there’s a huge selection to choose from, including some very enticing vegetarian and vegan options. 9. Snaps
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Snaps’ brunch menu offers an extensive list of ways to have your eggs and your pancakes, alongside salads and a fish of the day. They also have a cocktail menu specifically for their brunch serving times. 10. STHLM Brunch Club
Another reservation-less brunch spot, STHLM Bunch Club serves brunch every day of the week but is, understandably, at its busiest on weekends. The restaurant is just outside Stockholm’s tourist zone and is across from the Vasaparken (which, by the way, is gorgeous especially in the Winter). It caters to all tastes with a menu ranging from healthy well-balanced options to dishes of unhealthy temptation, with loads of vegan and vegetarian-friendly options.