Bypass all the tourist destinations that your guide book says and go directly to the fish church. Indulge in the smoked salmon nuggets and craw fish. You will not be disappointed.
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Interesting to see, but much smaller than I expected. There was a decent variety of seafood here though, and the place was clean and almost no fishy smell at all. Prices were still quite reasonable. We had a crayfish pasta here, which was OK.
Feskekorka or the fish church is perhaps the best known building/attraction in Gothenburg and is easy to find. It is a charming fish and seafood market built in the style of a Gothic church completed in 1874 and is full of character and very photogenic....More
We had an excellent lunch sharing a plate of grilled fish, a fish pasta in hot sauce & some fish soup. There is seating both indoors & outdoors by the water. Although there is all kinds of raw fish being sold in the same premises,...More
I love this smelly, fresh, local fish market. They sell something for everyone, if you want fresh fish, come here. If you want pickled herring or ready to eat salads and dishes, they have that too. I like that it's not too touristy and you...More
Great little fish market. Reasonably priced. Despite the reviews this is not a tourist trap and is frequented by mainly locals. Tip: Get the prawn and crayfish salad box, comes with complimentary bread and a type of marie rose sauce. Excellent.
This is NOT a tourist trap. This is where all locals go for the freshest of shrimp fish and all seafood. There is a fish auction at the Harbour at 5 am and vendors get their fish literally straight from the ocean. Yes it is...More
First of all: Yes, it's a "must-see" in the eyes of many both tourists & people from Gothenburg. I only agree partially: you should watch it from outside, but buy and eat fish somewhere else. The prices are very touristic here. I know that even...More