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Feskekörka the “Fish Church” is a market hall for seafood built in 1874. The building is reminiscent of a ... More
Feskekörka the “Fish Church” is a market hall for seafood built in 1874. The building is reminiscent of a church, hence the name. Fresh fish is slightly more expensive here than average, but the quality and the atmosphere make it worth it. Feskekörka is located by the Rosenlund canal and is within walking distance of Brunnsparken. Or take trams 1, 2, 3, 4 or 9 to Grönsakstorget, which is only a few minutes' walk away. There is also a restaurant in Feskekörka.
Go upstairs to the fish restaurant and have the dagens menue. A choice of four meals with bread and coffee,My family has tried them all and has liked every one.The service is good,they speak english,get there before midday otherwise book. The only critisism I have is that the tables are quite close together,but hey the Swedes are quite friendly guys so it is only a minor quibble
The Fish Church is THE place to buy fresh fish - when I was little it was a summer tradition to go into town, go to Feskek�rka and buy fresh shrimps, then we sat by the canal and ate them. Seagulls LOVE shrimp peels!!!
I took up the tradition of going there again when my own daughter was little, nothing like fresh shrimps.
Being in there is always fun, and the sales people all LOVE to chat, and if you ask nicely they will let you sample some of their goodies, too.
I think you mean Fiskekyrka?? The architecture is cool. It looks like a church but is actually a fish market - hance its name - fish chuch!It has great fish, fresh, and a lovely restaurat serving wonderful food. The restaurant is tiny though so you wil have to book early in advance. Great if you like the smell of fish! I like it.
PLEASE get the name right next time - i am currently living here...i don't think that the people of Gothenburg would be too pleased with this!
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Gabriel fisk och skaldjursbar (Gabriel's Fish and Seafood Bar) is in Feskekörka, Gothenburg's "Fish Church". It is an indoor seafood
market, so Gabriel's menu is no surprise. All that is on offer is seafood. Hot, cold, prepared, fresh mussels, ...