All this walking, and climbing, had made us a hungry bunch. However we weren't about to stop at the next food joint we saw, oh no, we decided to walk around 30 minutes to the other side of town to find Copenhagen's street food - Papirøen (Paper Island). It was a bit inconspicuous to find and at times we thought we might be kidnapped but in the end we found it and I felt right at home in the industrial setting by the quayside.
It was in a huge warehouse with seating outside and many trucks, containers (converted to stalls) and bars lining the inside filled with food vendors. We had a good look round at all of our options finally deciding on burittos. I went for chicken and Matt went for pork but when we got them we had no clue who's was who's so quite frankly I'm not sure what I ate but it tasted good! We went pretty early in the day so not all stalls were open, I think it comes alive at night. I'd definitely recommend it if you can stomach the walk over as it is lovely fresh food in a chilled atmosphere.