About Ostermalmshallen, Stockholm
Ostermalmshallen, Stockholm - Address, Phone Number
Address: Östermalmsgatan, Stockholm, Sweden
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
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There’s something special about the idea of a covered market hall, no matter what it’s selling. This one is a collection of lovely delicatessens and restaurants. Walk in, and breathe deeply; the smell of goodies will have you salivationg quickly. Cheeze, meat, fish, fruit etc. all lie laid out tantalizingly. The market is much loved by both locals and tourists. The market might sell contemporary wares, however, its historicity that goes back to 1888 will make you fall in love with it.
- Can be a little pricey.
How To reach Ostermalmshallen by Public Transport
- By Bus: 62, 91 from Sybillegatan
- By Rail: Ostermalmstorg T-Bana on Birger Jarlsgatan
Restaurants Near Ostermalmshallen
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Great little market to have lunch in while rubbing elbows with locals on their work break. Seats are limited at the various stand-like restaurants, so best go at less hectic hours. Food can also be taken to-go, in the event you're grocery shopping for a lavish dinner of oysters and lobster, or would rather sample your fresh seafood and various cooked meals home (think lasagna or quiche, for eg.) There is one stand that offers game meat, and of course, elk.
Many seafood and meat shop found and they sell good food. Some are ready to eat while some require cooking. May buy some for cooking dinner next time. I tried the restaurant but I forgot the name (maybe start from T). I ordered the marinated salmon served with mustard sauce and creamed potatoes. The cashier is cheerful and the food was prepared in suitable time. (Yet I think it tastes better when added salt)
I stumbled upon this one day, for which I am quite grateful. I have tried to make kroppkakor (Swedish potato dumplings, filled with a meat-onion mixture) several times, but I could not quite get it to turn out. Eating here allowed me to find out what the texture was supposed to be. This is a combination meat/fish market with dining hall. Based on other reviews, I think the hall is typically larger, but it had maybe a couple dozen vendors and very cramped circumstances when I went. I was able to get the potato dumplings from one of the more deli-style stalls, but since that stall did not have any seating, I was not allowed to eat my food within the hall. There is a park just a couple blocks away, which was great in August. I took off a star just because it was so busy and there is no public seating. Review cross-posted on Yelp.
Very cool food hall with a bunch of vendors selling a wide variety of meats, cheeses, seafood, etc... More suited to if you were going to pick something up and cook it yourself. While there are a couple of places to sit down to eat, it is more a restaurant style, and extremely busy with the work crowds. I would not recommend going here to get something to eat, but worth walking through if in the area.
It's a great market I visited for the second time in my life: it is always rich of any type of food above all the fish.
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