Lurking in a particularly unpicturesque quarter of Norrebro, rather like a rainbow fish in a heron’s gullet, Tjili Pop is a uniquely ramshackle little cafe you will fall in love with. Much in the same way you fell in love with your first remotely attractive primary school teacher.
It’s the kind of place you’ll casually refer to when you happen to be strolling around Norrebro: ‘Oh yeah, I know this great little place just round here. You’ll love it. They have table football and they do great smoothies.’
Like the best Copenhagen cafes, Tjili Pop is defiantly uncategorisable. Neither out and out foodie nor exclusively boozy, it’s there for whatever you want I guess.
Which for most of the would-be bohos round here means hanging out in tight trousers and waistcoats doing nothing in particular.
Arch comments aside, it’s well worth a look. There’s live music on Wednesdays plus it’s open til 3am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Where: Norrebro, Rantzausgade
Website: Tjili Pop