Eat at Copenhagen Street Food

A smorgasbord (not to be confused with smørrebrød) of international delights rolled into a canal side warehouse, Copenhagen Street Food [PapirØen, Trangravsvej 14, 7/8, 1436 København K, Denmark] is a great kitschy place to hang out, grab a drink, and enjoy a tasty meal.

IMG_5801Walk yourself up and down the aisles of vendors checking out the ethnic cuisines ranging from but not limited to Columbian, Korean, and Mediterranean.

IMG_5802 IMG_5805Maybe you’re more into eating things with only a spoon, there’s a place for that. Maybe you’re on a liquid kick, there’s a place for to grab beers from Danish micro brews, places for coffee or tea. You could just do dessert, I saw some gorgeous looking biscotti…what I’m trying to tell you is there is something for everyone here! For us, it was Brazilian cuisine from the Brasa. As the day was a bit chilly we skipped sitting outside by canal for a warmer locale.

IMG_5800There are lots of different little areas to sit, picnic tables, couches, lofted seating…all lots of fun. Brasa has a variety of meats to choose from, we couldn’t pass up the spinning meat above the flame.

IMG_5806Their chicken was moist and succulent roasted to perfection and lightly sprinkled with salt. Dunk it in the verde sauce and bam baby, that is some real good stuff. The meat is accompanied by some potatoes, veggies, bread, and perfectly fresh watermelon.

IMG_5807Oh yes, it was a favorite meal for us in Copenhagen. I would have loved to check out a number of other tantalizing vendors if I only had the time, and stomach capacity!

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