Community kitchens (folkekøkkener)
Here is a list of community kitchens in Copenhagen. You can become a volunteer or simply show up and tuck into a cosy meal at affordable prices.
Every evening from Monday-Friday, you can enjoy a cosy dinner with people of all ages at this former church turned community centre in Vesterbro.
This pay-as-you-feel restaurant focuses on communal dining and relies on volunteers to create a safe and open space for all to share meals together. All meals are vegan.
Christianshavns Beboerhus has a long tradition of communal dining, serving dishes inspired by international cuisine and Danish classics. You need to book tickets in advance on their website.
Every wednesday, you can visit the community kitchen at Huset-KBH. They aim to serve 100 % organic food.
This public kitchen run by volunteers serves Middle Eastern cuisine in Nørrebro.
Join in and enjoy a communal dinner every Thursday at Karens Minde culture house.
KraftWerket has a weekly community kitchen that serves vegetarian and vegan food for DKK 25.
Lykkebo Folkekøkken takes place every Thursday and is driven by young people and volunteers.
Price: Adults DKK 50, children DKK 25.
Every Thursday, you can join in for a delicious Indian meal for DKK 65.
Pop-up event app. once a month. Join in for a nice meal and cozy company. Price: Adults DKK 100, children DKK 50.
Send Flere Krydderier organises a weekly community dinner featuring primarily Middle Eastern food at two locations: Nørre Alle 7 and Nørrebrohallen.
Every Tuesday you can have a nice, organic meal for DKK 65.
Bring your student ID and enjoy a delicious and healthy dinner every Wednesday for only DKK 30.
Trampoline House organises a community dinner every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday (except the last Friday of the month).
Every Thursday, you can volunteer in the kitchen or have a vegan dinner at Ungdomshuset.
Conversation menu and folkekøkken every Thursday for DKK 125.
All meals are organic - price: adults DKK 50, children DKK 25.