They’re back, bigger and better!
Copenhagen has to be one of the best cities in the world for culinary thrill-seekers. Not only do we have a grand total of 13 Michelin Star restaurants in this city, but we also have several amazing food halls at which you can try food from all over the world. One of these fantastic foodhalls is Broens Gadekøkken, and on Wednesday (April 21) their food stalls will once again be open for business. [Photos: @Broensgadekoekken]
Broens Gadekøkken opened in 2018 on the Greenlandic Trade Square in Copenhagen. It was dreamt up and made a reality by the founders of Reffen, Papirøen, and some of the people who own the world-renowned restaurant Noma. The aim was to offer street food that would take visitors on a journey through different culinary cultures, and this seems particularly appropriate at the moment, whilst we’re not able to travel and sample cuisines in their countries of origin.
We can’t wait to sample what they have on offer at Broens Gadekøkken after a long closure due to the Winter, and due to the pandemic. Luckily for us, there are even more delicious options to choose from this time around, with a green and organic food by the people from Lola in Christianshavn set to open.
Additionally, we can expect to see new stalls like Aamaan Street, who serve a delicious smørrebrød. Latin America, India and South-East Asia. Lola’s will offer food inspired by a wide range of influences, from Latin American to India, which sounds incredibly exciting. And that’s not all – Strutto will be serving delicious, Italian baked pancakes, crispy and golden with delicious parmesan cheese. You can read all about the different stalls that will be at Broens Gadekøkken when it re-opens on Wednesday on the website, but be warned, it’s going to make you hungry!