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Max is a hamburger restaurant (100% Swedish). They are found all over Sweden... but the one I went to was found just outside the Borås arena.
In Sweden the Max restaurants do better (more) business than McDonalds or Burger King.
The one in Borås is open every day of the week 10am - midnight.
Also, just noticed on the Max website you can listen to the 'max radio'. At the moment they are playing Per Gessle - nice!
Favorite Dish: Max restaurants is very similar to Burger King and McDonalds. They mainly sell burgers (beef, chicken, fish), fries, dips, drinks, deserts. They also have a range of 'deli fresh' options for those looking for something healthier.
I just remember having a burger when I was here - can't for the life of me remember what kind, just that it had a very nice sauce on it and wished that I had found out what it was.
Updated Aug 26, 2006
Address: Ålgårdsvägen 16, 506 30, Borås.
Borås has good connections with nearby Göteborg, with buses or trains leaving every 30-50 minutes.
Motorway and a railway provide rapid links to both Gothenburg and Stockholm.
International airport Landvetter is located halfway between the city and Göteborg.
Updated Sep 13, 2003
Website: Swedish railways: www.sj.se
Borås offers many shopping opportunities in the city centre with a mix of small boutiques and well-known chain stores. Fabrics and clothes can be found in abundance, and there are also shops specialising in cheese, coffee and tea, antiques, fish and confectionery.
The large shopping centre Knalleland has also been an attractive destination for shoppers. It has some 90 shops in an area of 140,000 m2, close to the Borås zoo. Some 6 million people visit the centre every year, and Knalleland's success has really put Borås on the shopping map of the region.
Updated Sep 13, 2003
Website: Knalleland: www.knalleland.com
Borås celebrates its birthday every year on 29th June. On Central square The Borås Ambassador of the Year is crowned, and there's lots of entertainment.
The tradition is also to serve the 20-metre long cake made by the Borås Bakers and Confectioners Association.
I'm sorry I missed it last time :-(
Written Sep 13, 2003