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STREET EATS From Mexican soft tacos to Danish pulled pork sandwiches, Copenhagen Street Food ofers a diverse dining experience like no other. Theresa Harold tucks into the oferings from some of the best stalls

For many decades, Papirøen (Paper Island) in Copenhagen Harbour was where paper was stored for the city’s publications. Nowadays, the formerly dull industrial building houses Copenhagen Street Food, an exciting urban experiment featuring colourful food stalls and cafés. Established in 2014, it was the city’s frst street food market and it is set to serve hungry diners until 2018. Featuring 33 stalls, trucks and containers, the market has already gained international attention for its originality and

community spirit. There is no entrance fee and all stalls are obliged to serve at least one meal for 50-70DKK. The stalls are housed within the warehouses, but on bright winter days, visitors can relax on the deck chairs on the pier and take in the view of the city. Musicians and artists hold regular events, making this a vibrant destination. Copenhagen Street Food, Warehouses 7 and 8, Papirøen, Trangravsvej, 1436 Copenhagen,

SHOP Copenhagen AW15  
SHOP Copenhagen AW15