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Röda Sten Konsthall

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1 Roeda Sten, Gothenburg 414 51 Sweden
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Gothenburg Central Station62 min
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Aran wrote a review Sep 2019
16 contributions1 helpful vote
If you want to see live street art, you can go to Roda Sten Konsthall. There are free walls where urban artist makes free art. Inside of the building is a lovely restaurant
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Date of experience: September 2019
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NorSGP wrote a review Sep 2019
Stockholm, Sweden14 contributions2 helpful votes
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A wonderful place (in an old warehouse) that serves great vegan food ( Sunday is vegan only). Was blown by the delicious and flavourful dish called “place in the Middle East”. I’m normally a meat person so for me to say I’m blown away, it must have been something great! :). The dessert was amazing great too with free coffee and tea. Service was fantastic as well. In short - a very nice dining experience.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Daniel H wrote a review May 2019
Sydney, Australia245 contributions19 helpful votes
The website suggested it was open. We took ferry which is was very nice. The restaurant was open but not the exhibition space. Was still worth the effort - the graffiti art, the bridge, the water, the surrounds all have a vibe
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Date of experience: April 2019
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World by Tina wrote a review Mar 2018
Uddevalla, Sweden153 contributions12 helpful votes
Great place for new, interesting and exciting art. Contemporary pieces indoor, contemporary street art outdoor. Also a great place for ”swedish fika”, beer break and fish taco (that’s more like fish n chips served on tortilla). One of my favourite weekend hangouts with friends.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Aaran L wrote a review Sep 2017
Gothenburg, Sweden16 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a great place to visit for lunch as there is a good choice on the menu and it's very good value. Sundays are vegetarian, so don't expect any meat on this day. I usually share a feast from the middle east with my husband as it is too much for one person to finish. The dish provides a selection of falafel, hummus, rice, breads and curry and is around 160 SEK. You can also get beers, wines, hot drinks and cakes here. There is comfortable seating both indoors and outdoors, where you can look out to the river and to Hisingen bridge, which is situated overhead. There is normally an exhibition being held upstairs in the concert hall too, which I recommend. The exhibitions are sometimes free, or you pay a small fee for entry. Definitely a great place to visit for a relaxing lunch, coffee or beers with friends and family before taking in some culture upstairs.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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