Welcome to the Bridge Street Kitchen a melting pot of street food kitchens and bars serving tasty food and drinks from around the world.

Welcome to the Bridge Street Kitchen a melting pot of street food kitchens and bars serving tasty food and drinks from around the world. The name is inspired by the beautiful location with a view to the waterfront at the Greenlandic Trade Square at the bridge Inderhavnsbroen.

Developed by the creators and owners of Copenhagen Street Food in collaboration and partnership with some of the owners of restaurant noma, the street food market offers food from Gasoline Grill, MAK-CIK by IBU, California Kitchen, Kejser Sausage, Pizza Bro, Palægade, Dessertboden, The Coffee Collective and GRØD.

In addition there will be four bars serving beverages from Løgismose, Naturfrisk, Brus, Nørrebro Bryghus og Royal.


The Bridge Street Kitchen features world-class street food kitchens and bars.

In addition, and over the coming months, additional guest chefs and pop-ups from around the world will be announced, with visiting chefs invited to surprise Copenhagen with their personal take on street food.


The Greenlandic Trade Square was built in 1735 when merchant and shipowner Andreas Bjørn acquired the right to the open the water area from Christianshavn to Christiansholm (Paper Island).

The area served for more than 200 years as the focal point for trade between the Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland and Greenland and as a township with shipbuilding, workshops, warehouses and boiling house. Here, dried fish, salted herring, whale and skin were loosened, loaded and stored in the area 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, which was built in 1761. The Greenlandic Trade Square is today owned by the Agency for Culture and Palaces and is today connected to Nyhavn via Inderhavnsbroen.


The creators and owners of Copenhagen Street Food partner with some of the owners of restaurant noma to open The Bridge Street Kitchen at the Royal Greelandic Trade Square at Inderhavnsbroen.

“Our ambition for the food market at Paper Island was a more vivid expression. With The Bridge Street Kitchen we go in a different direction and make a food market that is more understated in its expression and fits aesthetically beautifully into the square” says Jesper Møller, creator and owner of Copenhagen Street Food.

“We look forward to work our new partners to bring both the locals and the tourists a rich experience with street food from around the world in a beautiful place with a great location on Copenhagen’s harbor “.

We are very excited to be working with the team from Copenhagen Street Food to help establish the city’s latest food destination” says Peter Kreiner, Chief Executive Officer of noma. “Together, and with the involvement of some of our friends from around the food world, we look forward to welcoming locals and tourists to The Bridge Street Kitchen”.


Monday – Thursday: 11-17
Friday – Saturday: 11-20
Sunday: 11-17

Christmas hours:

We are closed from December 24th 2018 and we can’t wait to kick off the new season from 1st of April 2019.


We do not have a lost & found service at Broens Gadekøkken. If you have lost an item, please contact us in Øl Bar at Broens Gadekøkken, and ask for it.