Rune (718) Tromsø, Norway | August 16, 2010| Updated August 17, 2010
Ultra cool place with a consistent laidback atmosphere of cool jazz music and oriental, hand knitted carpet on the walls and the benches. Eight draught beers, all from Swedish micros supported by two or three Belgian taps. The fridges, containing a great selection of bottle beers, are placed in the front and not behind the bar – very convenient for the guests. All our beers were served at good measure in the glass. This is the kind of place you do not want to leave. Service was very polite and the food, salad with olives, feta, fresh vegetables and tzaziki, tasted fine. One of the best places I have been to, at least concerning the cosy atmosphere. Love to return! (Visited 2nd and 4th August 2010).
The place to go in Gothenburg. Good selection, Reza (the owner) rules, the food is decent and you can’t beat the bohemian atmosphere. If I lived in Gotheburg, I’d probably be here way too often. A must visit.
Stopped by back in February 2010. Excellent place to taste Swedish microbrews on tap and a great bottle selection. Even has a display of collectors bottles in the tap room. Excellent service as well. I got to try Närke Stormaktsporter among other fine ales here, even a trial version of Nøgne Ø’s Red Horizon. A most memorable place which I am definitely going back to when in Gothenburg.
Step inside to a relaxed athmosphere, jazz is the music, beer is the drink. I don’t care about jazz, but can happy live with that laidback music as long as the beer selection is Rock’nRoll. US beers and a good selection of nordic micros from tap and bottle. Great service. A must in Gøteborg.
A fantastic pub for beer lovers! Totally free from industrial lagers and other boring crap beer. Excellent service and a good selection of Swedish microbrews. Reza handed out some chocolate to the "Beergeeks" around the bar at closing time. A nice hotel nearby is Hotel Poseidon, where I stayed during my one evening beertrip.
Nisse666 (179) Göteborg, Sweden | September 30, 2009| Updated February 18, 2011
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Last time I had a lot of Swedisg on tap and a Russian Ipmeral Stout (Rasputin) - very nice! Must rerate - had a Golden Draak - extremly nice, and they had those nice wee French rinny susages mmm.
the cheif is a funny guy.
Visited with Gnoff and other homebrewers after the annual Göteborb homebrewers fest.
Very cozy inside with a persian atmospehere in a cellar like place under the building.
Plenty of good local/Swedish beers to chose from as well as many Belgian and a surprisingly good amount of US imports.
This is where I sampled my 2007 bottle of Kaggen.
Food was fish wrap style burrito with a Swedish twist.
Prices were ok for the food, but the beer remains overly pricey for anybody not living in Sweden, US beers will run you anywhere from 7$ for SN, to 30$ for 3F.
Atmosphere was nice; service good, the owner has his own style, and really do frown upon anybody asking for any crappy beers, as indicated by all the signs on the wall.
Would def. love to visit it again.
Very nice and charming little place with a huge selection of good beers from particularly Scandinavia, USA and Belgium.
The owner, Reza seems to be a very nice guy. Visited in April 2009.
Scauca (35) Lovere, Italy | May 1, 2009| Updated May 7, 2009
Nice little "three rooms" in the basement floor. Carpets on the walls, nice jazz music, a lot of nice belgian, scandivian and american bottles for quite excessive prices, a nice selection on tap. The food is quite good. Good relaxing premise. Reza is very friendly. He rocks (or better...he "jazzes")
Really cosy place with a big selection of Scandinavian and american microbrews. Of course a lot of belgians too. I tried the Sunturnbrew from Nögne Ö and it was really nice. Reza seemed like a really nice guy!