Lina Rönsberg is turning the former Café Godhem into a brand new vegetarian café. The plan is to open Kafé Gapet, with a breakfast menu, coffee and homemade bakery, sometime in May.
Since May 2018, you can enjoy Hawaiian poke bowls made from scratch with locally produced ingredients at Poh-Keh on Teatergatan. Now they're opening another restaurant in the area Fredstan in the city centre.
American pastries meet Swedish fika at this café founded by Roy Fares and Mattias Ljungberg. After swiping Stockholmers off their feet with their creative bakery, the duo is soon opening a venue at Stenpiren in central Gothenburg.
Carbon has been named after the restaurant's charcoal oven, and this place will offer fine dining from mid-April. Behind the inititative is Jean Henkel, the chef who also runs nearby restaurant Brasa.
The centrally located hotel Radisson Blu soon gets a new neighbour – Noot Nordik Kitchen. As the name suggests, they will serve lunch, dinner and cocktails with a Nordic touch.
Östra Larmgatan 4
Popular hangout Spisa Matbar on the streeet Övre Husargatan closed in December, and in April it will be replaced by the new venue Spanska köket (The Spanish Kitchen). The menu is inspired by northern Spain, with everything from Spanish pizzas (cocas) to tapas and Basque cider.
Övre Husargatan 3
Every Tuesday, between 11 am and 2 pm, The Garage offers a tasty street food lunch next to Jenin Grill on Hisingen. Choose among poke bowls, chorizo, burgers and other delicacies from the various foodtrucks.
Antibarbarus has left the building and Asian fusion restaurant Tildas Food Lab has entered. Here you can enjoy dishes from China, Japan and Korea in a relaxed atmosphere.
Gustaf Dalénsgatan 6
Tobias Hysén, a professional football player from Gothenburg, is one of the people behind this new "modern sports bar" at Svingeln. The traditional burger and fries has been replaced by a West coast inspired menu, and if you're not that into football the screen can be tucked away behind a curtain. Certain games also come with special events and player interviews.
More than your usual beer hangout, Station Linné is Gothenburg’s new gastropub! Craft beer is an essential part of the concept, and the menu offers a wide range of dishes like salmon tartare, vegan Wallenbergare and veal escalope.
This new place in the market hall Kville saluhall is exactly what you might expect – a paradise for meat and cheese lovers. On the menu you'll find freshly baked baguettes and brioche bread, with tasty fillings like pulled pork, pulled beef and grilled chicken.
Gustaf Dalénsgatan 2
A small piece of gourmet France has entered the main boulevard Avenyn. In Le Comptoir's combined cheese shop and bistro you'll find everything from roquefort and rilettes, to French wines, warm brioches and chilled lemonade.
Honolulu is here! With its tiki interior, drinks made from fresh fruit and dancing all night long, you wont get closer to Hawaii than this on this side of the globe. Set your sight on the inner city and Mahiki!
Södra Larmgatan 2
The cellars underneath department store NK have been beautifully renovated and now holds chef Magnus Lindstrums famous restaurant concept Swedish Taste. You’ll also find a market hall and an oyster- and champagne bar.
Östra Hamngatan 42
The Norwegian restaurant group Olivia combine classic Italian flavours with high quality ingredients and playful chefs. You'll find their first restaurant in Sweden on the main boulevard Kungsportsavenyen.
The neighbourhood of Vasastan has a lot going on, and new restaurant Koks adds flavours from the Nordic kitchen, inspired by traditional Swedish dishes. Open for lunch and dinner.
When star chef Thomas Sjögren opens a pizza place you know it's going to be special. Grano serves breakfast and lunch during the day, and drinks and pizza in the evening.
This hole-in-the-wall wine bar certainly lights up the Gothenburg wine bar sky with its carefully selected wines and ever-changing menu. There are a limited number of seats available to book, but you’re always invited squeeze yourself in!
Vasa Kyrkogata 1
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