January 20 opened Stockholm’s new street food hall on Klarabergsgatan in the middle of the city. Eight different restaurants serve everything from artisan sandwiches to NY-inspired pizza, prime rib burgers, sushi, ramen and bao. Sthlm City Food Hall also invests in drinks with, among other things, Taiwanese bubble tea and frozen yuzu baijiu on the menu.
Sthlm City Food Hall is located at Klarabergsgatan 29-31 and consists of eight different restaurants from several of the world’s most popular cuisines. The new food hall is open all year round for lunch, after work and dinner. Sthlm City Food Hall also focuses on the design of the venue and the concept includes DJs on weekends to set the mood.
A novelty in the hall is Coco Fresh Tea & Juice, which is opening its first location in Sweden. Their innovative bubble tea has become a global success since its inception in Taiwan twenty-five years ago. Another novelty is Kimli Ramen & Bao with authentic flavors from the city of TianJin in northern China.
At Sthlm City Food Hall there is also Mackverket, which makes American sandwiches using Swedish ingredients, and Vår Pizza, which serves Brooklyn pizzas. Bun Meat Bun stands for fresh prime rib burgers and Yoi creates modern interpretations of Asian classics. In the hall, there is also Zócalo, which was inspired by the taquerias in San Francisco with tacos, burritos and bowls, as well as quality driven MGL Sushi.
The Sthlm City Food Hall opened on January 20 and is open every day of the year from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays, the food hall closes at midnight and on Sundays at 9:00 p.m.