Indian restaurant Masala moved to a bigger venue, and is about to be replaced by Mexican restaurant Fridas this summer. With a chef in arrival from Mexico, we're looking forward to this new addition in Eastern Gothenburg.
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.
Popular café, roastery and bakery Da Matteo have outgrown their venue on Magasinsgatan. What to do? Well, they decided to move the bakery next door and also to build a new orangerie for late-night hangouts. The construction is well under way and in the meantime you can enjoy a Swedish fika in the temporary café upstairs.
The restaurant Löfqvist & vi, on the upper floor of the shopping mall Arkaden, have now opened the café Grönskap on the entrance floor, facing Brunnsparken. A green plant based place where you'll find everything from freshly squeezed juices, smoothies and raw balls, to cheesecakes, avocado sandwiches and salads.
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.
The guitars on the walls have been replaced by organic bubbly and pintxos in this former music store on Sprängkullsgatan. Avenyfamiljen, the restaurant group who recently opened adjacent Foo Kafé, continue to expand their presence at Skanstorget. They have made the choice not to renovate the venue at all, in line with the company's sustainability efforts as well as with their intention to create an unpretentious atmosphere where meetings matters the most.
In the former bank next to Skanstorget, Avenyfamiljen are planning a new hotel and restaurant. But you can already visit Foo Kafé and Foo Co – coworking space in the daytime and into pizza, beer and arcade games by night. Did we mention the sunny terrace?
The popular food truck Jinx on Magasinsgatan is expanding. When the new food and shopping area Victoriagården opens on May 11, 39 square metres will be handled by the people behind the famous buns.
What used to be the café Saltholmens kaffestuga has been transformed into Paradiset (Paradise!) – a restaurant with a spacious terrace and an Italian menu. Check their Instagram for opening hours.
One part of Studio HPKSM has been redecorated and transformed into the stylish wine bar Faye Emmy. Great wines and a relaxed atmosphere is the main focus here, and on the menu you'll find pinchos, cheeses and cold cuts.
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
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