This is the story of an old telephone booth, which used to be manned, that turned into a kebab shop, that turned into a miniature café. It is the smallest coffee house I have ever seen. In the middle of (maybe) the busiest place of Copenhagen, smack bang in the middle of Nørreport station, lies this little pearl.
Kaffetårnet is run by a man called Abdullah and he is there most hours of the week. Working in one of the busiest places in Denmark and in the middle of the coffee capital, Abdullah knows how to make coffee – and make it quick.
You can sit on one of five tables and watch people rush by or you can bring it on your trip around Copenhagen. The prep time won’t delay you much.
Because of the very small square footage, the rent is low and the prices follow suit. It’s the cheapest, most centrally located cup of coffee you’ll get in Copenhagen. And Abdullah is always good for a coffee joke to go.
Oh, and they have dromedary milk on the menu – smack full of vitamins.