Fancy some good fast food in Copenhagen? Sometimes a meal needs to come fast, and you tend to grab the first choice around. Or sorry, I tend to grab the first choice around, not caring that much about what I actually stuff myself with. It’s not something I’m proud of, but hey, that’s just how it is.

However, if you are in the middle of Copenhagen, there are a few great options around, if you want good fast food. Here are three favorites of mine.

DØP – organic hot dogs
At several places in inner city you’ll find DØP, which is a small truck with organic hot dogs. Here they serve the organic hot dog in an organic sour dough bread, and if you want some topping that’s organic too. The man that started DØP a few years ago has told me that he got tired of eating bad hot dogs all around town, and that the easiest way to change that was to start his own place. If you’re a vegan, they have an option for you as well.
Address: Rundetårn, Købmagergade, central Copenhagen

Smagsløget – a great (but greasy) sandwich
If you fancy a classic sandwich, you’ll probably fancy the big and greasy one that you can buy at Smagsløget as well. During lunch hour the line at Smagsløget is long, and sometimes you need to wait for quite a while before it’s your turn. But trust me, it’s worth it. Smagsløget makes gigantic and delicious sandwiches with extra everything.
Address: Nørregade 38, central Copenhagen

Ma Poule – Poulet de Bresse from France
Torvehallerne next to Nørreport Station is full of great places, and if you want some fast food, this is probably the place to go. It’s no secret that my personal favorite is the sandwich Poulet de Bresse at the small French stand Ma Poule. It’s not just great, it’s outstanding. Delicious. A few years ago, the sandwich actually won a big sandwich-competition in town, and can now call itself for “Copenhagen’s best sandwich”. Not that bad, right?
Address: Torvehallerne, Israels Plads, central Copenhagen

Linn Katarina Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden, and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food communication. She is also the creator of the Danish food blog and radio show Frk. Kræsen.

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