There is a vast range of culinary delights available in Copenhagen! Try a cosy café on Halmtorvet Square or perhaps an international restaurant in the Tivoli Gardens or one of the city’s 15 Michelin-restaurants.
”Kødbyen” lies between Copenhagen Central Station and Vesterbro and is definately worth a visit. The area was originally a meat market with abattoirs, butchers and associated industries where animals were traded, slaughtered and processed. In 1995 the area was listed as a an industrial heritage site and is now known for the many restaurants, cafés and galleries established in the protected buildings.
A whole new concept is being established at the austere warehouses of ”Papirøen” – Copenhagen Street Food – a colourful and laid-back street market right in the city centre with waterside views of the new Opera. There are 35 street kitchens with food from all over the globe. Meals cost between 50 – 75kr.
For more info: http://www.copenhagenstreetfood.dk/en/
Copenhagen has 15 Michelin-restaurants, 3 of which - Noma, Geranium and AOC - shine with 2-star ratings! Copenhagen’s Michelin-restaurants include the New Nordic Kitchen together with Italian and Thai-inspired cuisines.