Lets eat cake

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La Glace er det eldste konditoriet i København, grunnlagt  1870. Jeg er ikke superglad i kake, men et besøk på La Glace har allikevel stått på to do listen lenge, det er jo en institusjon i København. Så i går tok jeg og en venninne turen dit for å drikke kaffe og spise kake.

La Glace is the oldest conditori in Copenhagen, founded in 1870. I’m not the biggest cake lover, but a visit to La Glace has been on the to do list for a long time, it is a institution in Copenhagen. So yesterday, me and a friend went there to drink coffee and eat cake. 

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La Glace var en travel plass, med mange gamle mennesker, pluss oss. Jeg kjøpte en H.C. Andersens kage, med sironfromasj og bringebær krem, og Susan fikk en æblekage.

La Glace was a bisy place, with lot’s of old people, plus the two of us. I bough a H.C. Andersens kage, with lemon fromasj and raspberry cream, while Susan got a æblekage (Apple cake).

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Vi hygget oss og kakene var gode, men vil ikke akkurat si at det frister veldig å gå der igjen. Kanskje hvis farmor kommer på besøk til København, hun elsker kake. De har en sjokoladebutikk i 2 etasje, men med kake i magen fristet det ikke veldig å kjøpe mer sukker. La Glace er nok fantastisk for kake entusiaster, jeg tror jeg holder meg til iskrem heretter. ;)

We had a lovely time, and the cakes were good, but I can’t say I feel the need to go back. Maybe if my grandmother is visiting, she loves cake. They have a chocolate shop in the second floor, but with cake in my stomach I didn’t feel the need for more sugar. La Glace is probabaly a fantastic place for cake enthusiasts, but I think I will stick to ice cream from now on. ;)

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