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We were there for lunch. The main building (brick one) is under renovation, but they have a temporary place set up that is still nice. It seems like it will be another year before they can move back to the building. The place was like...More
A great market to preview a sorts of Swedish dishes in a closed market full of vendors. Unfortunately, housed in a temp place since the original location is renovated. Walk around, choose and enjoy. Service is good, medium prices and lots of crowds.
This was the first stop of our Stockholm food tour and what a place! The original building is being renovated so this was in a hall across the street. It should be even better in its new diggs.
There was a huge variety of items--cheeses,...More
It’s a very worthwhile visit in Stockholm. Not the usual touristy spot as they were many locals having their fresh seafood for brunch there. It was great to immerse in the bustling open food hall market-restaurant concept, enjoying the food, crowd and freshness of seafood....More
The Saluhall is under repair so the temporary location is highly functional but misses the old world charm. If you are looking for meats, seafood, chocolate, etc, there is a good chance you'll find it in the hall. There is also a chance to eat...More
The traditional food hall is closed for renovation so there is a temporary structure opposite with some stalls. It’s pretty small and mainly set up for you to eat a meal there or take raw food home to cook - there wasn’t much in the...More
The saluhall is being refurbished so the various food vendors are in a temporary building next door. Even though temporary it has a nice atmosphere. So much of really good fresh produce on offer. I would love to visit again once the saluhall is back...More
With its high-end shopping facilities and Michelin-starred restaurants, Östermalm is definitely the poshest part of central Stockholm. Here you will find Stockholm’s most majestic residential buildings, a beautiful market hall from 1888 displaying gourmet foods from around the world and the Swedish Royal Dramatic Theatre with its awe-inspiring architecture. At night, legendary nightclubs make the perfect
location to observe the natives (and those aspiring to become natives of this exclusive neighborhood) in their natural habitat and to enjoy the latest produce of the Swedish house music scene.