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Came here for lunch while with our cousins who are locals and we had some great traditional swedish food, as with all here it is a bit more expensive than rest of Europe but it was really good local food. So much on offer here,...More
For those familiar with Reading Terminal Market, this is similar, but smaller and cleaner. Smaller can be better when you just want to focus on what to get for dinner. If you want bigger, you need to go to another town. If you want earthier,...More
There are so many nicely renovated indoor food markets around the globe, but Gothenburg’s is not among the better half of those. There are plenty butchers, a cheese shop, some tea shops, and that’s it, roughly speaking. Not worth the detour.
Now certainly the building is beautiful especially from the inside as you look up but I can't say I was enthralled with the upscale food stalls. Yes the displays were well laid out and everything looked pristine but there was too much sterility to Saluhallen....More
This covered food market was built 1889 beside the old market place. Today it is a clean wonderful place where you buy top quality meat, fish, vegetables, fruit and many other food products from many countries. The cheese shops are gorgeous, but the very best...More
We like that we could buy fresh food and other meats cheese and dips, but it felt a bit touristy. The people working there are lovely, be wary if you take a pram...it can get crowded in there and make it hard for you to...More
Almost 130 years old building, the market hall is one of the place to visit / experience while visiting Gothenburg, maybe if you can't decide on what to eat. You'll quickly get inspired!
You can of course also visit and just have a fika* (swedish...More