Broens Gadekøkken

Today, Copenhagen has several amazing places to explore street food, local produce and amazing drinks in cool urban settings. One of the most popular of these are Broens Gadekøkken (The Bridge Street Kitchen), which is a street food concept, centrally located in Copenhagen, Christianshavn, within walking distance of the scenic and historical harbor Nyhavn.

Location

Broens Gadekøkken

Strandgade 95

1401 Copenhagen


Website: https://broensgadekoekken.dk

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/broensgadekoekken/

FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Broensgadekoekken


Big flavors and great setting

The concept of Broens Gadekøkken is centered around different food and drink stalls with dishes and beverages from around the world. The stalls are located close to the water, gathered in a few containers overlooking the harbor, which makes for a cozy and beautiful environment. Despite being Copenhagen’s smallest street food market, this is a place packed with big flavors and high quality.


Prestigious and renowned founders

Behind Broens Gadekøkken are the creators and owners of Copenhagen Street Food. They started their journey with the street food market Paper Island. It sadly had to close in 2017, but they have made a strong comeback with two new markets. One of them is The Bridge Street Kitchen and it is a cooperation with some of the owners of the restaurant Noma, that were recently granted three Michelin stars.


Diverse and interesting mix of offers

The vendors are a mix of some of Copenhagen’s best fast-food concepts and high-end restaurants. Representing the fast food are GRØD and Gasoline Grill. Various restaurants are doing a great job expressing themselves through street food. The food is as diverse as the vendors are and the market displays the rapid development of Copenhagen’s food scene over the last decade. The humble hotdog is represented, but in a wonderful gourmet version from Keiser Sausage. Innovative coffee roasters like the Coffee Collective represent the new wave of light roasted coffee. Further, you can buy creative craft beer by some of Copenhagen’s most experimental brewers, ToØl.


Suitable for students

The price range of the stalls are diverse. This makes the space ideal for students, as everyone is able to pick-and-chose based upon individual budgets. If you are new in Copenhagen, it is also a great place to meet new friends and fellow students and to socialize in an informal and special environment.


Something for every taste

The Bridge Street Kitchen closes for winter between December and April. But as soon as the sun comes out, this is the place to be. Even on the rainy day, people have a wonderful time snacking under the large umbrellas covering the communal tables. It is simply a wonderful place to take in the astonishing beauty of Copenhagen while enjoying outstanding street food. As one reviewer wrote on Tripadvisor.com: “We had an apartment just around the corner and because the quality and variety of the food was so good, we ate there every day. All dishes cost around 100 DK. You can have Mexican, American, Danish, Malaysian, Polish or Italian dishes. From sweet and savory porridge to artistic ice cream, from poke bowl to smorrebrod. It all tastes really really good. Great atmosphere for party goers as well as families. Go, check it out, you won't regret it!” (Source: TripAdvisor, 2018)


Opening hours

Food stalls

11.30 - 20.00


Bars

Sunday to Wednesday: 11:30 - 21:00

Thursday to Saturday: 11:30 - 22:00


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