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Torvehallerne, Copenhagen

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web
Torvehallerne offers delicacies and fresh produce of the highest quality including fresh fish and meat, healthy salads, snacks, Sushi, and tapas. Try chocolate, cheese, and caramel delicacies from the Danish island of Bornholm. At over 60 stands, you can choose between traditional crisp Italian pizzas, French croissants, Spanish tapas, and Danish porridge. Stop by Palaeo, the first restaurant in Denmark to serve "Stone Age food"--cuisine based on the simple ingredients that were available during the Stone Age. Put Torvehallerne at the forefront of your travel plans using our Copenhagen travel itinerary maker.
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  • I am a foodie and love trying different food. I wasn't sure if I had time to visit this market due my short stay at Copenhagen but I ended up coming here for lunch. I also walked around for a while af...  read more »
  • Great place. Delicious stalls, but everything is edible as heart desires. One must give oneself log and time to go quietly round and enjoy all the specialties like torvehallerne offers. Prices are after that one is in COPENHAGEN.
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  • What a wonderful environment in which to walk around and. Food and drinks are really super. wide variety of fruit, fish, meat and friendly staff. Must go!
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  • Torvehallerne is the best place in Copenhagen for people who want a single place, where it is possible to find many different and amazing types of high quality foods, with good and fast service from the clerks who know about what they are selling. There are also plenty of opportunities to eat a good, quick lunch at a reasonable price, also the area is also perfectly placed in the city.
  • 2 Food halls serving fresh meals, snacks and sweet things. There were so many mouthwatering smells when walking around trying to decide where and what to eat. Beers were on the expensive side, as is the norm in Denmark, but there was a good selection. Most places had a selection of about 4 or 5. Each area has their own seating area inside and there are also large bench style seating areas outside. Not being from Denmark is was great to see all the different varieties of food. Fish was probably the most popular food, but cakes and chocolates were also well represented.
  • Great place. Bustling and vibrant, excellent selections of all kinds of foodstuffs and good drink. Being a downtown market, expect it to be busy and for there to be lines at whatever place is good.
  • Indoor market with fresh produce and lots of artisanal organic food products. Ready-to-eat items available too. Prices are on the higher side, but quality is assured. Also very conveniently located near the start of the Stroget shopping street.
  • Great stalls with fresh high quality food and drinks and stuff you can't buy from a regular shop. Some products could be a bit pricey, but they are worth to try. I highly recommend it!
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