Torvehallerne food market halls in city center are open year round and is the modern luxury edition of a food market with groceries, bakeries, coffee, wine, beer, delis and fast food – most of it organic. You can sit outside or if you are lucky, find a spot inside. Copenhagen Street Food is an entirely different experience, still in city center, but across the harbor on Papirøen (Paper Island). Here you will experience a genuine and sustainable food truck atmosphere. Then add one of the best views of the city.
Copenhagen Street Food
It is not a supermarket – it is a super market. Torvehallerne, that is. Delicacies and fresh produce of the highest quality are what you will find at this market place. You will find over 60 stands selling everything from fresh fish and meat to gourmet chocolate and exotic spices, as well as small places where you can have a quick bite to eat. Here, you can eat breakfast at Grød, drink a nice cup of coffee at Coffee Collective, eat delicious smørrebrød and so much more.
Tivoli Food Hall
The Bridge Street Kitchen
Owners of Copenhagen Street Food and Noma is behind The Bridge Street Kitchen right in front of Nyhavn.
Closes for winter between: 23/12/2018 – 30/3/2019
At the Greenlandic Trade Square just across Inderhavsbroen (the bridge) by Nyhavn you will find The Bridge Street Kitchen – close to the internationally acclaimed Paper Island street food market which closed down in December 2017.
The Bridge Street Kitchen is placed just by the water and will feature some of the most popular street food in Copenhagen: California Kitchen‘s bowls, Grød‘s porridge, Gasoline Grill burgers, Coffee Collective and a few more.
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