I’m a big fan of Danish food, fashion and furniture, so going to Copenhagen always makes me happy. My friend Zanne and I went for a weekend at the end of June, and this time was no different on the fun factor–in fact, we had a blast.
A big highlight of the trip was the food and on Saturday afternoon, we went to the market in the meatpacking district – known in Danish as Kødbyens Mad & Marked. Even though the day was gray and it was often raining, the market was hopping and the atmosphere friendly.
Good music was playing and vendors were selling everything from Danish beer and cocktails to Mexican tacos, Korean bao and British fish and chips to a whole roast pig, baked breads and buns and garden-fresh vegetables and flowers. There was an amazingly good combination of international goodies to try, so we did our best to sample as many as we could.Making cocktails at Kung Fu.
The tasty pork bao from the Kung Fu market stall.
Box of flowers.
Vores baked goods.
Rocket Brewing Company beers.
Adelitas Mexican: hecho con amor.
English-style fish and chips.