Well composed for all your senses
Organic coffee, organic wines, seasonal à la carte and more can be found in the Concert Hall´s restaurant, bars and cafes.
Enjoy a prawn sandwich, a glass of wine or a coffee in the beautiful Götaplats foyer. Or make your concert experience to an evening with dinner in our KRAV and Swan labeled restaurant or a bite to eat in Stenhammarsalens foyer.
The Gothenburg concert hall welcomes you with a seasonal à la carte menu accompanied by a first-class wine list with organic options. The restaurant serves Swedish, locally produced ingredients as much as possible and the menu is changed every six weeks.
The restaurant normally opens two and a half hours before evening events in the Great Hall. The exception is when the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra gives a concert on a Friday or Saturday, when the restaurant opens two hours before the concert starts. If available, there is also the possibility to pre-order something for the break.
On Saturdays you can have an elegant and affordable lunch in conjunction with Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra’s afternoon concerts.
The Götaplats foyer & the bars
In the beautiful Götaplatsfoajén foyer and in the bars, you can enjoy a shrimp sandwich, a glass of wine, an organic coffee break, or other treats on the café menu. If you would like to avoid having to queue during the intermission – place your order at one of the bars before the event begins.
The Stenhammarsalen foyer
In the foyer of the Stenhammarsalen concert room, you can choose between delicious hot and cold dishes, with vegetarian options, sparkling wine, organic coffee breaks and other treats from the Stenhammar menu.
If you are a group that would like to eat before the concert, you can order in advance from the menu by telephone, 031-726 53 10. We begin serving one hour before the event starts.
A tribute to ours and others' love for life in the kitchen
Right now you can order the book “A. Journal Of West Coast Culinary “which is a tribute to ours and others’ love for life in the kitchen. On 254 pages you will find the culinary movement of the West Coast: selected restaurants – including the Concert Hall restaurant (!) – kitchens and food creators with recipes, personal presentations and image reports.
Order the book