Set amidst abandoned meatpacking warehouses, empty concrete car parks and fiberglass storage sheds, Copenhagen's edgy Meatpacking District plays host to some of the city's coolest new bars restaurants. As one of the area's most popular all-day dining spots, Bio Mio, recently opened in a former tool workshop to provide customers with an affordable, healthy and ecologically sustainable dining experience. The nutritionist-designed menu aims to include over 70% of fresh vegetables within the menu. The large communal dining tables are ecologically certified and positioned side-by-side, where an eclectic mix of young couples, hip media types and stylish hipsters all sit comfortably together. An innovative automised card system allows guests' orders to be sent directly to the chef without the need for service staff, where you can indulge in hearty dishes of smoked halibut and roasted vegetables on toast with horseradish cream, or fall salad with an autumn selection of apples, cabbage, nuts, peach, orange and onion, tossed in what they call “grandma dressing.” It’s simple, its rustic and its seriously affordable.