Food & Drink

Street Food Meets New Nordic with Newly Opened Broens Gadekøkken

While the New Nordic food movement may be exciting for gourmands and foodies around the world, it can feel inaccessible to the general public. Menu prices are high, the recipes are often experimental, and all the restaurant names are unpronounceable (just kidding on that last one, kinda).

Broens Gadekøkken, also known as the The Bridge Street Kitchen, is here to change all that. In an inspired partnership between Copenhagen Street Food (formerly a beloved street food market on Papirøen) and the folks behind noma (yes, the noma), the food market combines a variety of different kitchens as well as bars and coffee, so that you can get a taste of the New Nordic lifestyle without the months-in-advance reservations or the price tag.

We’re not talking about your average plate of food here; the selection runs from Coffee Collective (the best coffee in Copenhagen), to Scandi porridge kings GRØD, to Gasoline Grill burgers, to Latin American street food by PMY. There will also be Hansen’s ice cream, health food aficionados California Kitchen, and Malay-Singaporean street food. Excellent beer and wine is served from Løgismose, Naturfrisk, Brus, Nørrebro Bryghus and Royal. New vendors will continue to be added as the space grows.

This is true gourmet food in a very casual atmosphere, located in classically-designed, charming booths at the Greenlandic Trade Square at Inderhavnsbroen. Enjoy your meal or coffee at the long wooden tables while overlooking the water for the perfect way to spend a sunny afternoon.


Broens Gadekøkken (The Bridge Street Kitchen)

Strandgade 95
1401 Copenhagen K

Opening Hours:
Every day 11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Coffee Collective & GRØD Opening Hours
Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Sat & Sun 9:00 am – 10:00 pm

Photos by Freya McOmish

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Rebecca Thandi Norman

Rebecca Thandi Norman is a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief at Scandinavia Standard.