Papirøen – Copenhagen street food market.

Anya Jensen14th June 2016

One of my favourite new trends is the current surge of food trucks everywhere. I love how it gives entrepreneurs a chance of starting a new life and business and getting busy doing extraordinary food. Copenhagen now has its own indoor street food market on Papirøen.  (The Paper island – where the old print press used to store their paper). We went there the other weekend, and  we absolutely loved it. The food market is indoors, but there are lots of seating areas outside, and deck chairs so you can bask in the sunshine, whilst overlooking Copenhagen harbour, and  Nyhavn on the other side.


The ambience and the feeling of the place brilliant, and the food we ate was absolutely delicious. Luckily our girls love trying new foods, so we had a mixed grill platter with mango & pineapple salad and  homemade salsa verde, classic Phat Thai, and Southern fried chicken with homemade chips and onion rings. 

I can thoroughly recommend going there, and afterwards going for a walk on Holmen & Christianshavn which has some of the most amazing beautiful spots in Copenhagen. The Opera house is also next door, so there is plenty of exploring to be done, after tasting your way through food, and delicacies from all over the World.

Copenhagen Street Food
// Hal 7 & 8 // PapirØen // Trangravsvej 14 // 
1436 København K
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Comments (4)

  • Celina

    15th June 2016 at 21:37

    Omg I am visiting this summer Copenhagen perfekt timing 🙂

    1. Anya J

      22nd June 2016 at 20:23

      Hi Celina,

      This place is forever changing, so you’ll find cool new foods, events, or just enjoy a drink on the waterfront. Happy and Simply Danish Living.

  • mel

    14th June 2016 at 08:37

    I so can’t wait to finally make it to Denmark Anya! It will be just next door so lots of exploring and of course catching up with you. This place looks like such a fab outing xx

    1. Anya J

      22nd June 2016 at 20:24

      YAY ,I can’t wait to finally meet you too, Mel. And would love to come and hang out in Stockholm too – one of my fave cities. SO cool,

      A x x

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