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Le Pain Français Bistro is a restaurant, bar, café and tea room over four floors. The Bistro’s French menu offers everything from breakfast to dinner, and the three bars are open until late on weekends.
The French bistro Levantine in the neighbourhood Vasastan combines classic French dishes with Swedish ingredients. During warm summer days Levantine opens up a boule bar in the park next to the restaurant.
Enjoy fantastic flavours inspired by french cuisine or grab a glass of biodynamic wine from the ever changing wine list.
At Restaurant Isabelle, just a block from the main boulevard Avenyn, the menu centres around newly caught fish and shellfish, prepared to perfection in a French-Swedish manner, while the extensive wine list focuses on France and the U.S.
At restaurant Salut you can enjoy a Parisian all-day bistro with tasty food and good wines in plenty. The restaurant Salut serves lunch and à la carte with a focus on nice ingredients and good flavours. Visit Salut for a nice restaurant experience or enjoy your meal for a take away.
Eggers restaurant & bar is a renowned concept and has been such since the 1800s. The setting is inspired by Paris and La Belle Époque at the turn of the century, the carefree era when people used cafes, restaurants and art galleries in the city as their very own living room.
Swedish home cooked food is served both for lunch and dinner at Byns Bistro. The restaurant has a rural interior with wooden floors, big framed paintings, crystal chandeliers and a fireplace.
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The neighbourhood where student life meets the art world. The School of Business and Economics and University of Gothenburg are located in one end of Vasagatan and the Academy of Design and Crafts in the other. This means you will find great places for post-exam beers, as well as art galleries and great restaurants.
Redbergsplatsen is known mostly for being a junction point. But there is so much more to it. North of Redbergsplatsen you’ll find the distinct houses “landshövdingehus” with one floor in brick and the rest in wood. To the south you have the road Danska vägen with its cafes and shops. If you look east, you’ll see Gothenburg’s third largest cemetery, and to the west the magical park Redbergsparken with an amazing view of the Gothenburg skyline.
It's not only the leaves that change colour when autumn comes to Sweden. This time of year, many restaurant menus take on a whole new character. After a long summer with herring, potatoes and strawberries it is time for root vegetables, shellfish and cabbage of all imaginable colours to make their long-awaited return.
Juan Font is a cosy wine bar near the the main boulevard Avenyn. Here you can order exquisite spanish and french wines along with cold cuts and cheese.
Fantastic vintage and second-hand clothing. Mixing vintage and modern clothing is a key concept here, inspired by French bohemian chic.
Gothenburg may not be known primarily for its winter sports, but that doesn’t mean that you lack options when searching for winter adventures. Trails for cross-country skiing are prepared as soon as snow falls, and the ice skating in and around Gothenburg is spectacular.
Swedes love to celebrate sweet things, and on March 25th, it’s all about the crispy golden waffles. Why? Because Vårfrudagen (Our Lady’s Day) sounds almost like Våffeldagen (Waffle Day) of course! Obvious, right?
Celebrate your love in Gothenburg! With Valentine's Day right around the corner, we asked Gothenburgers and visitors to share their favourite places in Gothenburg, and here are their most romantic tips. Of course there are lots of other great places too, that you can explore together!
Brunch is the best way to start the day, no matter if you're going on a shopping spree, a new exhibition or a walk in the park. There are great brunches to be had in Gothenburg , we've listed some of them below but there are plenty more to discover.
During ten days, film lovers from all over the country, and the world, gather at Gothenburg Film Festival that opens on January 24. Are you one of them? Then you should try our carefully selected Gothenburg guides – filled with restaurants, hotels, cafés and attractions, based on your favourite film!
In these times of cancelled plans and sad news, there are still some exciting things happening. New restaurants, shops and creative ways to experience art and culture. Check out some of the new stuff in Gothenburg in our guide.
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