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Hope you are all doing great! Last week my brother came to visit and I thought it was the perfect timing to go try Pico Pizza at Nørrebro. I’ve had my eye on the new restaurant for quite some time now and decided to reach out to them and see if they were into a collaboration. The reason I did so was because I decided to create a When in Copenhagen series on my blog. A lot of my followers on Instagram reach out to me before travelling to Copenhagen and ask for some recommendations. So I thought, I’d make it easier and just create a summary of all the places I find cool here on my blog. That said, let’s get into my review of the place.
#1 Pico Pizza Concept:
The restaurant caught my attention with their unique concept of ordering 1-3 small pizzas and thereby giving you the opportunity to try out more. And actually also minimizing the risk of you wasting your money on a pizza you then don’t end up liking after all. You can also mix and match your menu the way you like it, as you can see below. We all ended up taking the Pico Trio option.
#2 Pico Pizza Taste:
Now to the taste: Of the three pizzas that I tried, Sweet Cheesus was definitely my favorite, followed my Mush The Room on number 2 and Sloppy Joe on last place. Sweet Cheesus was something special, it tasted really yummy, whereas Mush The Room was alright, it was nothing extraordinary. Sloppy Joe was also okay, I just put it on third place because it had beef on it and I’m not the biggest fan of minced beef on pizza (or in general). I didn’t realize that Pico’s bolo is minced beef ?. So there’s that. Fabian & David liked all pizzas but mentioned that Cappriciosa was on third place for both of them.
I can really recommend the Organic Rhubarb Lemonade they offer, so if you’re up for drinking something fresh, you should definitely give that a try.
I didn’t get the chance to try the Nicecream (vegan ice cream) because I was simply so full after the food that I could not stuff myself even more haha. Sorry guys!
#3 Pico Pizza Prices:
The prices for the main dishes are quite normal for Copenhagen circumstances. The 3-pizza-option amounts to approx. 16€ – which is a lot for any other country south from Denmark except for Switzerland. But it’s actually a decent price for such a restaurant here in Copenhagen.
The ice cream costs ca. 5€ – which I do not approve of ? Still can’t get over the ice cream prices in Denmark (but again, it’s normal here).
#4 Pico Pizza Location:
The restaurant is located in walking distance to the Lakes but is a little annoying to get to by public transport. So I suggest you rent a bike or one of those electric scooters to get to the restaurant if you hate changing means of public transport to get to one location from the city center. But I like the location in general because you can go and take a walk around the lakes after food and digest it well.
#5 Pico Pizza Service:
The restaurant is built on a self-serve basis, meaning that you order at the counter and leave your name. When your food is done, your name is shouted and you go pick it up yourself. The employees were all friendly and having a good time behind the counter. Which was nice to observe as a customer because it created good vibes ?.
All in all, I recommend the place because I think you get a cool experience for a decent price.
That’s it already from me today. Thanks for stopping by again & talk to you soon!