Kungshallen includes many different kind of restaurants and it takes time and check them out. You have food in Kungshallen from all over the world, and I would say that is the most difficult thing to choose and decide what your stomache will get.
Favorite Dish: I tried some Lebanese saugages and they were great. Really delicious and the meat was lamb. Perfectly done. The chef made my day.
I took my girlfriend there last night and the place looked very nice, but the chicken dish I ordered tasted like it was made 2 days ago!! I almost broke my plate when I was trying to cut it in eatable pieces. When the bill came and I mentioned the waiter about it, all he said was: ´I don´t make the food here´ and did not offer to compensate it in any way. WTF??!!%?
Needless to say they won´t see me there EVER again. I could have just stayed at home and eaten old piece of meat and saved 400 kr.
Kungshallen is like a BIG food court. It's 2 floors with 15 restaurants serving food from the corners of the world: Mexican, Indian, Japanese, American, Thai... Combine a culinary trip with a movie at Sergel Movie Theater (read my separate tip about it) or just go to enjoy great food and atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: I tried the New Orleans burger at Latino Cajun and the only thing I have to "complain" about is that they used guacamole in the burger, which I don't like.
Kungshallen is Stockholm´s choice of restaurants. Located at Hötorget in Stockholm city center. Kungshallen is the only restaurant hall in Stockholm. 15 restaurants combined to create the perfect meeting place. You will certainly find food for all tastes.
This restaurant "hall" full of (semi-)fast food places is conveniently located right in the center of Stockholm by Hötorget. One of the most convenient lunch places on your shopping spree, and usually quite crowded around lunch time. You can find whatever you want under one roof - Sushi, Indian, Turkish, Greek, Swedish, Mexican, Italian... Not an upscale gourmet experience - but a good alternative when you want fast, easy, convenient food with good value for money (without going to McDonald's)!
We ordered two "bondsallad" (greek salad), which cost 85 kronor each (this is more expensive than most places around Stockholm). When it arrived it was less than you would expect as a starter, consisting of a few pieces of cucumber and peppers (capsicum), a few iceberg lettuce bits (and I don't mean many!), a very thin slice of feta cheese, 3 olives and one manky fefferoni (green chili), which looked as if it had been half eaten by mice.
When I asked the waiter if this really was the salad that cost 85 kronor and also showed him the fefferoni, -instead of bringing me a new one, he replied with an attitude that he couldn't do anything about the price but that he was sorry about the fefferoni.
This guy's poor excuse of a waiter together with the pathetic so called salad, made this the worst greek salad I have ever had in my whole life!
In this building you'll find 15 food outlets serving various types of cuisine, including Swedish, Mexican, Indian, Chinese and Thai. Prices are reasonable.
The restaurant that I tried was Pyttirian - a Swedish bar/restaurant with outdoor seating available. English menus available on request. Portions were very filling and service was quick and friendly.
Thanks to my fellow VT-ers (particularly martin nl) for the tip that brought me to the Kungshallen center. It's the platonic ideal of food courts, with about ten different international vendors to choose from. It's inexpensive, informal, and quick - and the food can be quite good.
Visit Kungshallen in the central of Stockholm. Kungshallen is located on Kungsgatan just on the opposite side of Hotorget.
Here you can find food from all parts of the world, and to a reasonable price.
Favorite Dish: It is very hard to say, the dishes are all very good, but I guess I have to say my personal favourite is the Turkish falafel.
Kungshallen is a foodcourt in the centre of Stockholm. It's right by Hötorget so it's easy to find. Only go here if you are looking for a cheap meal and don't know what to eat.
You can get pizza, pasta, kebab, seafood, greek food, indian food, tacos, sushi, yes just about anything.
It's popular with students and tourists. It may get busy during lunchtime so pop in at 1 pm.
Favorite Dish: The sushi is best, but the kebab is best value.
Kungshallen, Hot Wok Café, Panini or Chop Sticks
You can chose between ten different restaurants, in three different floors, but eat at the same place.. Really nice when you can't decide where to go.. There's Chinese, Italian, Greek, Japanese, Mexican and more..
Favorite Dish: Well, everything is nice.. Panini has some really great sandwiches...
In the Kungshallen there are a lot of restaurants in one big hall. Just choose what you want to eat and sit next to someone that ordered from another shop. Kungshallen also seemed to be very popular among the locals so if you want to meet some new people, maybe you can start here.