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Broens Gadekøkken is a meltingpot of street food kitchens and bars that serve tasty food and beverages from all over the world. Here you can enjoy world class street food from renowned restaurants and chefs from Copenhagen where quality, good ingredients and great taste are the key elements. The Bridge Street Kitchen opened in May 2018 on the Greenlandic Trade Square at the end of Inderhavnsbroen, as a collaboration between the founders of Copenhagen Street Food – Papirøen and Reffen, with some of the owners of restaurant Noma.

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History

The Greenlandic Trade Square was built in 1735 when merchant and ship owner, Andreas Bjørn acquired the right to open the harbour from Christianshavn to Christiansholm (Paper Island). For more than 200 years, the area served as a focal point for trade between the Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland and Greenland. The square was also an area for shipbuilding, workshops, warehouses and boiling houses. Here, dried fish, salted herring, whale and skin were loaded and stored before the goods were sold to the European market. In 2003, The North Atlantic House opened official offices for the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland, as well as the restaurant Noma in the large warehouse that was built in 1761. Today, the Greenlandic Trade Square is owned by the Agency for Culture and Palaces and is now connected to Nyhavn via Inderhavnsbroen.

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Quality & Organic foods

At Broens Gadekøkken, the priority is on high quality products and a great taste experience. It is important to be able to spoil guests with tasteful organic and high quality products. At the four different bars, we serve a selection of organic beers, wines and juices. On top of that, many of the food stalls have been given the Organic Cuisine Label and it is an ambition that all food stalls are awarded this.

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About

Broens Gadekøkken is a meltingpot of street food kitchens and bars that serve tasty food and beverages from all over the world. Here you can enjoy world class street food from renowned restaurants and chefs from Copenhagen where quality, good ingredients and great taste are the key elements. The Bridge Street Kitchen opened in May 2018 on the Greenlandic Trade Square at the end of Inderhavnsbroen, as a collaboration between the founders of Copenhagen Street Food – Papirøen and Reffen, with some of the owners of restaurant Noma.

History

The Area

The Greenlandic Trade Square was built in 1735 when merchant and ship owner, Andreas Bjørn acquired the right to open the harbour from Christianshavn to Christiansholm (Paper Island). For more than 200 years, the area served as a focal point for trade between the Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland and Greenland. The square was also an area for shipbuilding, workshops, warehouses and boiling houses. Here, dried fish, salted herring, whale and skin were loaded and stored before the goods were sold to the European market. In 2003, The North Atlantic House opened official offices for the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Iceland, as well as the restaurant Noma in the large warehouse that was built in 1761. Today, the Greenlandic Trade Square is owned by the Agency for Culture and Palaces and is now connected to Nyhavn via Inderhavnsbroen.

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Quality & Organic foods

At Broens Gadekøkken, the priority is on high quality products and a great taste experience. It is important to be able to spoil guests with tasteful organic and high quality products. At the four different bars, we serve a selection of organic beers, wines and juices. On top of that, many of the food stalls have been given the Organic Cuisine Label and it is an ambition that all food stalls are awarded this.

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