The temporary hall is a bit small but the quality of the products is mesmerising. Not necessarily on the cheap side but you can find some great bargains too.
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Östermalmshallen is the oldest foodmarket in town renowned for its high quality of food and produce. The atmosphere and style was exceptional and the restaurants connected to the food stores were excellent. Now the whole business is moved to a new constructuion on the square...More
Ostermalm is under the renovation (April 2017) but there is a new modern building next to the original. There are more restaurants to eat here than your typical indoor food market (with food just to buy). Lots of seafood options and healthy salads. It get...More
Though I was expecting to visit the quaint old brick hall in the photos, I was still impressed by the quality of the shiny new temporary hall that sits across the street. Foodies will appreciate the lovingly presented food displays. Americans will want to skip...More
Food tastes as it should here. Lovely displays and a wide variety of foods available, nice surrounds. This is the temporary building during renovations but still very nice, A Swedish equivalent to Harrods or David Jones food halls, except better! The freshest ingredients and the...More
Unluckily the original house is under repair. The temporary one is not worth a visit. Wait until the real one is back summer 2018.
The original brick building is under renovation so my visit was to the scaled down temporary hall. Had not had meatballs so this was my chance. It was fun to tour the stalls and buy fresh fruit!
Still roughly the same food, but not the original location, so a lunch there isn't nearly as pleasant as it used to be. It's also quite expensive. Will reopen in April 2018.