Prepared foods ran the gamut — everything from South American street food at Tapioca, Jamaican cuisine at Jamaica Jerk Grill, and global fusion food truck Spisevognen, along with not-to-be-missed pastries at Vores Kaffefarm.
We eventually settled on primally satisfying beef tartare sandwiches from Tatar and the duck fat fries from Copper & Wheat, which, understably, have a cult following in Copenhagen.
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Inside the cool, spacious warehouse, food stalls stretch out in streets and alleyways like a miniature, very well organized town. Show us how you travel in good taste by sharing your adventures on Instagram with the #swsociety hashtag!
Outside the market's two main buildings, temporary vendors set up camp, where they sell produce, meat and glasses of wine, to be enjoyed like the locals at one of the alfresco picnic tables.According to research, graduates from top business schools are increasingly choosing to work for startups rather than for the previously popular investment banks.If you are one of those graduates and you have your eyes set on Copenhagen keep on reading to find out where you can find and meet the Copenhagen startups.The spaces are rented weekly, which means products vary greatly throughout the season, so there’s always something new to try.We coasted through the vibrant tents and stalls on a sunny Saturday.Dating back before industrialisation when Danes relied on food that was easily preserved, porridge is beloved by locals.