Popular food stalls from the warehouse on Papirøen - Paper Island - are now back but out, further north, on Refshaleøen which is the island that was - until the 1990s - the yards of the ship builders Burmeister & Wain.
Called Reffen, the first phase is an open area with the kitchens and food stalls in shipping containers grouped around a new square and running down a short street towards the water of the harbour. The next phase will be more food stalls but inside in a hall in a former workshop.
There is open space that will be used for events and the newly reopened gallery of Copenhagen Contemporary is in massive former workshops just to the east.
Get here by taking the harbour ferry or a 9A bus that runs out here frequently from the central train station - this is the last stop where it turns round and heads back so you can't get lost - or you could always come out to Refshaleøen by bike.
There is a short description of each of the food stalls online on the Reffen site along with information about opening times and details about events.