Food markets for foodies in Copenhagen 2024

All you can eat in exciting and inviting environments

Copenhagen has made a good name for itself in food circles. Not least famous restaurants such as Alchemist, Noma and Geranium have given the city a reputation for delicious and exciting food. But much of the good stuff is also available around the city at various food markets. And the range impresses and provides variety. Therefore, the food markets are an excellent way to get in touch with food experiences with simple means. So take a look at some of my food finds for 2024.

Reffen

Reefen is a really cool area built mostly from old shipping containers. but the really nice thing is all the food from all corners of the world. And the area is large, so there is really a lot to discover here. Yes, you can even eat on a prepared sandy beach.
Refshalevej 67

Reffen
Here there is no doubt about where you are
Reffen
A not so crowded day in April

Broens street food

Just across the bridge from Nyhavn you will find Broens food market. It’s not very big but offers a number of vendors with really exciting food. So with this central location, it’s a perfect stopover on your way through Copenhagen.
Strandgade 95

Broens street food
In the winter it’s a skating rink right where everyone now sits and eats

Torvhallerne

At Israel plads in Nørrebro you can taste a variety of Danish specialties as well as international ones. And here, everything is under orderly conditions, the two large halls are created specifically for food.
Fredriksborgsgade 21

torvhallerne
Neat and orderly

Kajen, Fisketorvet

After a few years of construction work, the food market Kajen has now opened at the shopping center Fisketorvet. And here it is not shy. Because on several floors, all kinds of goodies are offered, which can be enjoyed with a beautiful view of the canal.
Havneholmen 5

kajen
6500 square meters of dining experiences

Tivoli food hall

Right next to the Tivoli fairground, 15 different eateries offer their specialties. And here it is the highest quality that counts. Yes, you can hardly visit this place without tasting something mighty good.
You will most likely pass through here when you visit Copenhagen.
Vesterbrogade 3

Amazing smørrebrød that few can ignore

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