We tried the lobster bisque which was interesting. Good for a cold day but not the best we've had. They offer skewers of different sorts of fish and we had the blue Ling which was fresh and had a nice chat to it. Staff are...More
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I was wandering the old harbour and looking for something light to eat. I discovered the Sea Baron and almost walked right past it. A look inside showed very little seating, but a sign said there was more seating upstairs. Lobster soup sounded good so...More
This little seafood shack is just off the waterfront. It's tight and unassuming; decorated with old fishing knickknacks and long wood plank communal tables for a rustic feel. We tried their lobster soup and a couple of fish sticks (kebabs) - pace and cod. The...More
This restaurant offers a no-frills experience for some of the freshest and most affordable seafood in town. We tried the combo of lobster soup and a cod skewer for 2,500 krona. The cod was high quality and perfectly cooked. The lobster soup looked like it...More
Simply a must do visit, it's basic, with a limited menu , you can have lobster soup and a choice of fish kebabs , the interior is like a 1970's cafe, it's brilliant, loved the food and the experience, don't miss out!!!!
Went into this tiny place, displayed in a cabinet are many different types of fish skewers which all looked equally tasty. You order and then they grill them and bring them over, lots of people there were trying to lobster soup that day and all...More
The skewers were far too dry (the vegetable & salmon) except for the scallops with the vegetable patty being too salty to my liking and the wait was horrendous. Waited almost 45 minutes to an hour for the skewed items despite the soup came rather...More