Fiskekrogen 50 years

 

 

The old fiskekrogen

Fiskekrogens first years as a restaurant, the place looked like this. The interior had a clear inspiration from Sweden’s traditional red boathouses and from the marine. Already at this time, fish and seafood were served here. 

1970

Fiskekrogen from around year 1970 seen from Otterhällegatan, with the small square och the Ahlstömmer statue in the foreground.

The old Fiskekrogen

Fiskekrogens first years as a restaurant, the place looked like this. The interior had a clear inspiration from Sweden’s traditional red boathouses and from the marine. Already at this time, fish and seafood were served here. 

1970

Photo taken from the big dining room, at the current “Fêskens bar.

The round room.

1972

1972

The big dining room.

The round room.

The big dining room from a different angle.

The big dining room.

A old menue from the restaurant. Don’t we recognize some classics courses?

Renovation

When Lars Ahlström took over Fiskekrogen in 1996 he continued to run the restaurant with focus at fish and seafood. Tough, he made a extensive renovation.

1996

The big dining room with windows at the small square.

Renovation

When Lars Ahlström took over Fiskekrogen in 1996 he continued to run the restaurant with focus at fish and seafood. Tough, he made a extensive renovation.

1996

The big dining room, the yellow is switched into a darker green.

The big dining room viewed from the closet.

Lars Ahlström in 1996.

Newly renovated

Fiskekrogen in a whole new costume!

 

1996

The chefs Mats Nordström (to the right) and Magnus Harr (to the left) in the kitchen.

Newly renovated

Fiskekrogen in a whole new costume!

1996

The renovated round room.

The big dining room. The big lamps are the same lamps we have today aswell.

The round room.

Lars Ahlström with his first head chef at Fiskekrogen – Mats Nordström.

The entrée then. The golden lobster is now inside the restaurant, over the kitchen entrée.

Mikael Skager, who worked with Lasse as not only chef but also head chef and restaurant manager for 16 years.

Lars right-hand during many years – Anne Janebrink, now Thörnström.

Renovati0n

After 19 years was it time for another renovation. This is the time Fiskekrogen get the expression as we know it today, with a lot of grey and gold.

2015

The big dining room.

Renovation

After 19 years was it time for another renovation. This is the time Fiskekrogen get the expression as we know it today, with a lot of grey and gold.

2015

Picture taken from the big dining room into “Fêskens bar.

The golden lobster that usally sat outside the entrée is moved inside.

Lobster is up!

The bar under construction.

Renovation Fêskens bar

During the pandemic there was time to develop the restaurant. The idea of a more simple foodbar with focus on good drinks and food was born. That idea was a reality in autumn 2020. The space behind the bar was then remade a bit to fit the new concept better. 

2020

Here we can see a bit of the green from the old renovation in 1996.

Renovation Fêskens bar

During the pandemic there was time to develop the restaurant. The idea of a more simple foodbar with focus on good drinks and food was born. That idea was a reality in autumn 2020. The space behind the bar was then remade a bit to fit the new concept better. 

2020

A glass-wall was built to control the sound in the restaurant better.

Almost done!

The new logo of “Fêskens bar” is up.

In the ceiling is roof tiles set up both for the aesthetics but also for mute the sound.

Beautiful windows is set up…

Last preparation.

The fish-champagne-glas is up!

Now

Fiskekrogen is still standing strong. How will it look and be in 50 more years?

2022

Now

Fiskekrogen is still standing strong. How will it look and be in 50 more years?

2022

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Fiskekrogen
Lilla torget 1, 411 18 Göteborg
Telefon: 031-10 10 05
E-post: info@fiskekrogen.se

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