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- Plenty of variety and eating establishments. We visited on a couple of occasions as we were staying close by. Did not like walking back through to hotel after hours. Seemed to be a lot of youth hanging a bout. A few beggars during the day, but overall a great shopping complex during opening hours.Written January 21, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and tour/not to mention the tasting and our purchases of exceptional chocolate. In the whirl of palaces and museums of Sweden it was so much fun to get off the beaten track for a unique experience!Written June 13, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The is a repurposed grand old bank building, which lends Interesting atmosphere to the collection of antique sellers that ring the soaring atrium. The shops cover a range -- jewelry, watches, homewares from another era, a small collection of vintage high-end designers, folk toys and knickknacks. I was mostly browsing so was not that interested in buying, but there was a lot of finely chosen stuff.
Admittedly, I was after some lunch and heard that this arcade had a café. It's quite good with salads, open-faced sandwiches (including the famous shrimp pile), coffee and pastries. My composed salad with roasted chicken and veges was tasty, and the coffee was excellent (as it seems to be everywhere in Sweden.)
IT's the kind of café where you go through a cafeteria line and then find a table. IF at a busy time, I recommend parking a dining companion to hold a table for you, or ask a nice nearby table to watch your stuff (shopping bags?) for you. It seems that some will leave their bags unattended, but I'm not trusting enough to do that.
I have a few small gripes. First, what looks like a short line goes frustratingly slow, and I can't figure out why -- this is grab-from-the-case kind of food. I felt badly that the table next to me offered to watch my bags while I was in line, but they were clearly ready to go by the time (too long!) I finally got my order and got back to the table. (My apologies to those ladies again -- who knew?)
The other is, of course, excusable -- there was no English menu. I try not to be so English-centered, but it seemed that every other restaurant I went to during 2 weeks in Sweden had an English menu, it would have been very appreciated to have even a few key items shown in English, and a customer service I would have appreciated. The menu isn't that big, and it was difficult to be sure about some items in the display case.Written February 11, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Not to compare with its neighbor Gothenburg Art Museum, but not unworthy to make a visit at the same time.New and upcoming artists from Sweden and the rest of the world. Admission is always free to Göteborgs Konsthall. Free of charge!Written October 30, 2018
- One of the oldest and most classic charity shops (called secondhand stores in "Swedish" 😁) in Gothenburg. You will find low cost cloths, china, funiture, hifi and o lot of other stuff. There is also a great affordable café in the store.Written March 6, 2020
- Still very much a living food center, in its true sense, in the heart of Gothenburg.What is extra fun is that there are several restaurants that promote quality and dining experiences on site.Here you will find the ingredients for the recipe that were full of new products for you.Love to shop over the counter, in the era of pre-packaged times.The only thing that struck me, however, was that the seafood store was not quite what one would expect on the west coastWritten April 19, 2022
- This striking building is an indoor fish market, which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Neo-gothic church. It opened already in 1874.
Feskekörka is an institution in Gothenburg, housing one of the city's oldest trades, fishing. There is also a seafood restaurant in the building.
At the moment, the building is under construction.Written May 31, 2022
- Lots of made-in-Sweden items, not a bunch of keychains/mugs/shotglasses type place. Good place to get a Dala horse.Written March 17, 2019
- This is a nice part off Gothenburg
With a small cafe and some shops and a barber
A nice place to go with some friends or familyWritten September 13, 2016
- A small shop making their own chocolate and pralines. A little expensive but what you get is the most delicious pralins one can imagine.Written March 10, 2020
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