At BaneGaarden, which has just been named Best Urban Space 2021, the smell of sourdough, butter and hot stone ovens has long been wafting every morning. The city's new bakery has been hard at work all summer, and now, on November 3rd at 8:00 am, it's opening its doors. Welcome to PERRON.

Design, sustainability and baked goods hand in hand

The hard-baked, dark sourdough bread, croissant crumbs and black, freshly brewed espresso are both produced and served in the almost 200 square meter wooden barn, which is over 100 years old and has been restored by BaneGaarden's craftsmen using sustainable materials and methods. PERRON is decorated with hand-built solutions, a 10 meter long terrazzo bar and Danish design - all in bright colors with cobalt blue details and butter yellow tiles.


PERRON is located in one of the nine wooden barns at BaneGaarden, Otto Busses Vej 45, 2450 Copenhagen SV

PERRON is founded by the companies TABLE and KROGERUP AVLSGAARD. Table is owned by Carl Johan Paulsen, Karlos Ponte and Ida Marie Banke, who are also responsible for the operation of BaneGaarden's other activities and the catering company noon. Krogerup Avlsgaard A/S is owned by Thomas Harttung, who is one of the partners in BaneGaarden.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Friday 8:30-16, Saturday-Sunday 9-16

PERRON opens with a continuously expanding range of bread and pastries, and later a pizza and wine bar will be added to PERRON

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Anne Katrine Kristensen, Communications and Marketing Manager at BaneGaarden,

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