While being a solo traveller I really love street food markets. You don’t want to sit alone in a restaurant waiting for dinner (even though a good book can make such a situation pleasurable). Also, a street food market is a perfect place to taste local dishes, experimental creative food and the classic international dishes. Therefore it is no wonder that I visited the Reffen streetfood market more than once during my trip to København.
On a 6000 m² large area located on the peninsula Refshaleøen you can find around 50 stalls with different food and drinks. Numerous seats along the water and all over the area invite for a longer stay. The street food market has a special concept with the target of reducing waste and using recyclable materials. It is card-payment only. I really enjoyed the style of this former industrial zone which has been kept and integrated.
The Reffen street food market is located a little bit remote. You can reach it by harbour boat from Nordre Toldbod (check the timetable in advance, they don’t go too often – most often every 30 minutes), by bus 9A from the city centre or by bike or e-scooter. Walking is no good option!
Refshalevej 167 Unit A