Food hall

Food market frenzy. Artisan bakeries, cheese specialists, seafood counters, vegetable and fruit markets, relaxed cafés and lunch restaurants – Sweden’s most characteristic food produce in one spectacular 1888 building. Highlights? Andersson Fågel & Vilt’s smoked reindeer heart and elk salami. And for Swedish seafood tradition, Lisa Elmqvist; pickled herring, cured salmon, whitefish roe and zinc laden, slippery belon oysters from the west coast of Sweden.

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  • Website:


  • Visitor address:

    Östermalmstorg, Stockholm

  • Opening hours:

    Closed Sunday


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