Copenhagen Street Food / Papirøen

Trangravsvej 14 Hal 7 & 8 Papirøen 1436
+45 69 66 95 61
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed 12:00 - 21:00
Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 22:00

OPENING HOURS Monday-Wednesday: 12-21 Thursday-Saturday: 12-22 Sunday: 12-21 (Some stalls open at 10.00) Thursday, Friday and Saturday the bars will be open till late. Feel free to drop in or make reservations from 17.00: More info on Cash & ATMs In most stalls you can pay with card and cash there are ATM’s in the bars and near the entrance. Some stalls have mobile pay too. You can also buy our own currency: CowCash - each coin has a value of DKK 25 and can be used in all stalls. Transportation Direct walk from Nyhavn via the bridge (Inderhavnsbroen) 5 min walk from bus 9A stop on Prinsessegade 5 min by bike from Højbro Plads by Trangravsbroen - the bridge from Strandgade 10 min walk from the Opera by Proviantbroen - the bridge near the Opera 15 min walk from Christianshavn’s Metro Transportation by boat: The Harbour bus 993 directly to Papirøen from Nyhavn/Havnegade Jump on the boat on weekdays between the hours. 9-18, the harbor bus leaves every 20 minutes from Nyhavn – Experimentarium City – The Opera. or try a guided boat trip: Canal Tours - Parking on The Paper Island The Paper Island has a covered parking area e.g. in warehouse 9 and several of paid parking spots. Please note that special traffic regulations are in effect for the whole area. For more info go to In total there are 180 parking lots. Adress: Copenhagen Street Food Papirøen/The Paper Island Warehouse 7 & 8 Trangravsvej 14, 1436 Copenhagen K Instagram: @copenhagenstreetfood // Twitter: @CPHStreet

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CPH Street Food – World cuisine on street level
CPH Street Food – World cuisine on street level Image by Sigrid Charlotte Sturlason The story of Papirøen (The Paper Island) by the Copenhagen waterfront is a rather boring one, but in its entirety it is a beautiful example as ... continue Copenhagen Spotted by Locals · Blog
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Anup Banerjee en
Such an amazing place it was. Full of different types of foods from all around the world. Burgers, fries, kebabs, falafel, dim sum, sushi...what wasn't there? The place was loaded with foods and amazing aromas coming out from the oven ;-) For a foodie like me, it'd be tough to resist not from eating a lot. However, being said that, I must mention, unlike the typical concept of street food, this place is DAMN expensive and the portion sizes are also not that big, to be honest. My recommendation would be, visit the place when you are 50% full, and thinking to have some small bites to explore a different taste :-) GooglePlace - December 2017
Jan-Hendrik Peters en
It's sad that they will be closing. The food was delicious and the variety of it was excellent. Fresh pasta, Brazilian meat, pulled duck, sushi, whatever you fancy. The price was moderate I guess. My plate full of grilled meat was 129DKK. Not cheap, but good and fresh food shouldn't be. The vibe of the place was very cool. We met plenty of nice people and enjoyed ourselves. Definitely recommended while it is still there! GooglePlace - December 2017
Kumar Vikash en
Just wow. Amazing place, very lively. Doesn't seem anything from outside, but as you enter you feel entirely different. Lots and lots of food choices of all types. Brazilian, Mexican, Thai, local food. Even Indian food. Lots of options for drinks too. Feels a little crowded. Most of the stalls accept even credit cards. GooglePlace - December 2017
Tom Goulding en
A bustling international food market with large amounts of choice. The staff were friendly and spoke fluent English. Food was from around the world, but with stalls also selling local food and beer. It was a nice surprise that most stalls accepted card. Seating was definitely lacking, unless you want to sit outside in the cold, or eat while standing. It is worth visiting even for just a drink and a look round. GooglePlace - December 2017
Leticia Assunção en
This is a place where you can find food from many different places in the world, including Brazil 🇧🇷 ❤. I thought I would find more Danish options but it's fine. I had a hot dog that also came with very nice roasted vegetables. But the best part was definitely an amazing cheesecake, it was very tasty and the lady who works there was so kind giving me candles because I said it was my sister's birthday, she even put extra fresh raspberries! If you go there, don't leave without having the cheesecake, that's all they sell and with different flavours. GooglePlace - November 2017