Nice, but if you have been to a food hall you have seen this one. The old food hall is being redone and at this time the hall is across the street and is more like Whole Foods market than an attraction.
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The market is actually under renovation until next year. The market is temporarily located next door. It is a combination of market & restaurants. There is subway station right next door. You can get great traditional Swedish food as well as great seafood.
Booked a dinner reservation at Lisa Elmquist not knowing the old Saluhall was closed and they were in temporary quarters nearby. Would have liked to have dined in the old Saluhall and better yet would have appreciated it if Elmquist had informed us of the...More
While the ancient landmark is being renovated the merchants have temporarily relocated to the adjacent square. Been there twice in the last 2 weeks and it is at least as interesting with the restaurant's fare equally excellent to their original locations. ✨👍✨
Unfortunately the original building is under construction. The new one which serves as market hall during the construction work is very modern. That’s nice but not as beautiful as the old hall. The food on offers is quite the same. It is very pricey as...More
The visit is still worth a visit! The original building is being renovated, so a temporary building has been constructed across the street. It is smaller than the original, but still includes a variety of meat and cheese vendors, plus others. There are a few...More
Having visited here years ago, I was excited to go back. Unfortunately the current situation is that the food vendors have been moved into a new building that's just a collection of highly priced (although high quality) food stalls. We walked through and were out...More
We had a day of shopping and sightseeing and just wanted a break from the streets when we bumped into Saluhallen in Östermalmstorg. After getting two glasses of white wine and a tiny cheese plate for two people with just three biscuits and two different...More
Our hotel was a 2 minute walk from this food hall. This a temporary hall while the original is being re-furbished. There is a wide range of meats, fish, fruits and vegetables on sale. There are also several places to eat in the hall. If...More
Original hall are under reconstruction, so currently (2017) they are using a temporary "tent", smaller, but ok. Many market stand to buy fresh fish or beed (e.g. dry aged). Some of them offer food directly to eat, some have also a few tables to sit....More