By Rebecca Thandi Norman
Copenhagen Street Food, an organisation launched in 2013 at Papirøen, became the arbiter of what is delicious, cool, and readily available on the Copenhagen food stall scene.
Papirøen’s strength was in its curation and grungy-meets-gourmet vibe, which brought in unprecedented numbers of both locals and visitors; the space welcomed 16 million visitors in its final year. Papirøen closed in 2017, and in 2018 Copenhagen Street Food re-opened at Reffen.
An open industrial space right along the water, Reffen has fast become the go-to spot for casual, international eating in the city. Even though the space is slightly further outside of the centre of the city than Papirøen, it has seen consistent visitor growth, with over 150.000 people visiting in July 2018 alone.
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