Sankt Peders Bageri


Sankt Peders Bageri is the oldest bakery in the city, dating back to 1652. Famed for its cinnamon rolls, its mouthwatering selection also includes delicious tarts, turnovers, croissants and muffins, as well as a range of breads and sandwiches. The small, cosy interior is decorated with old photos on the walls and chandeliers on the ceiling.

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