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Interesting place. Is nothing like a market you will find in a town in south of Europe but it´s nice and they sell fish of good quality. nice in summer to sit outside. some restaurants need to be renewed and a lunch could be expensive.
I was told about this amazing fish market must see, so my expectations were very high. Unfortunately it didn't come close to what I expected. The building is quirky church looking which is interesting, but it's really small. If you want to buy fresh seafood...More
For a fish market i was expecting more stalls.
But i would say the variety is good, lots of different fishes available, really nice specimens.
Plenty os salad options and there is a place upstairs where you can eat on thespot
like fish. all in for shells and prawns. a marketplace for dead animals from the sea. they are all over and you can also eat here. small and squeezed in and sometimes loud do to the building, but ... you just have to go-see.
The place is easy to locate, but, much smaller inside than what it seems from outside. But what an amazing array of sea fish on sale. Amazing to me because I have never seen such strange looking fish being sold ever before. There are some...More
Gothenburg = Feskekörka!
'Feskekörka' is 'Fish church' in swedish and the place is an institution in swedish culture, if you go to Gothenburg you should visit this place.
Got time to spare? Try one of their shrimp salads or enjoy other meals with fish and/or...More
Response from biosafety-guy | Reviewed this property |
I don't think either restaurant in the Fish Market takes reservations - just show up. If the weather is nice there is outdoor seating (we had downpour and thunder, so ate inside). There are a set menus for the restaurants.