A lot has happened in the neighbourhood Rosenlund over the past few years and a number of trendy restaurants have opened around Esperantoplatsen and along the street Rosenlundsgatan.

When it comes to food you can for example choose between dim sum at Dubbel Dubbel or a Korean-Mexican fusion at Market. Barabicu and Zamenhof are two other popular choices for a night out, and if you like boule you just have to head to Boulebar for a game (indoors all year round) and some food.

Feskekôrka is one of Gothenburg’s most famous landmarks.Credit: Superstudio

The restaurant Barabicu has a popular outdoor area.

Explore the “fish church”

The seafood market hall Feskekôrka (fish church in Swedish) is one of Gothenburg’s most iconic landmarks. It was designed by city architect Victor von Gegerfelt and built in 1874. The building was always intended as a market hall, but the design is highly church-inspired. Up until September 2020, the building was home to a popular fish and seafood market, which is planned to open again in 2023.

550 square meters of unique fashion and items

In Erikshjälpen’s thrift shop at Rosenlundsgatan you will find a wide and well-organized range of clothes, housewares, accessories, and interior design. The entire surplus goes to charity work, giving children a safer everyday life and a better future. The store on Rosenlundsgatan also hosts events, lectures, pop-ups and various collaborations.