What is your favourite street food? Part 17

Continuing my series on What is your favourite street food?

Street food Denmark

It is actually been several decades ago since street food equalled hot dogs here; with the introduction of more exotic cuisine from abroad, the selection has become much more varied. But you´ll still find hot dog stands as the most commonly seen option.

Danish hot dog | by City Foodsters, Denmark
Danish hot dog | by City Foodsters

There´s the big Papirøen / Copenhagen Street Food place which has by far the biggest variety in town, worth a visit. Also, check out the more expensive, but really mouth-watering food market Torvehallerne.

There are lots of Kebab and pizza places in town generally, and also other options, some of them as mobile stands – Greek, Korean, Japanese, Hungarian, French crepes etc., to mention a few, I´ve seen recently.

As regards hot dog stands, I think they often tend to move around. But try and see if there´s anyone around Torvehallerne and the Round Tower for example, for some of the less standardized items, that are not just of the “Steff Houlberg” label or the like.

~ Joen.Dk

Duck fat fries

Duck fat fries street food Denmark
Duck fat fries
Image credit-Yelp

Pulled pork sandwich

Pulled Pork sandwich- Danish street food, Denmark
Pulled Pork Sandwich | by Iwan Gabovitch

Sweet potato fries

Sweet Potato Fries, Danish street food, Denmark
Sweet Potato Fries | by jblyberg

Mixed Brazilian barbecue


 Molten chocolate  cake

Dine around Copenhagen, Denmark & get a taste of international and Danish street foods! From Organic Hot Dogs to delicious Creme Brulee Doughnuts, Copenhagen delights you with a variety of International Street Food!

So, what is your favourite Danish food?

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