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Mid­way down Drottninggatan and a 10-minute walk from T-Cen­tralen sta­tion, you’ll find the Hö­torgshallen food mall at Hö­tor­get; just turn right at the in­ter­sec­tion with Gamla Bro­gatan. In the base­ment of the mall is the fa­mous Kajsas Fiskrestaurang (Ka­jsa’s fish restau­rant), renowned both for its fisksoppa (fish soup) and the long lines out­side. It does of­fer seafood pasta and other dishes, but nearly all cus­tomers go for the fish soup. The pop­u­lar tomato-based fish soup is sat­u­rated with her­ring fish fil­let, mus­sels, shrimps, spe­cial herbs and gar­lic cream, and served with com­pli­men­tary bread and cab­bage salad. Cus­tomers are en­ti­tled to re­fill their bowls once. The fish soup costs Kr 85 ($12), a good value for such huge por­tions. The restau­rant opens Mon­day-Fri­day 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM and on Satur­day 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM.Visit ho­torgshallen.se/ hand­lare/

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