Järntorgspumpen / Stockholm

Järntorget 83 Stockholm 111 29
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00

Järntorget is a small public square in Gamla stan, the old town in central Stockholm, Sweden. Located in the southernmost corner of the old town, the square connects the thoroughfares Västerlånggatan and Österlånggatan, while the two alleys, Södra Bankogränd and Norra Bankogränd, stretches east to connect the square to Skeppsbron, and two other alleys, Järntorgsgatan and Triewaldsgränd, leads south to Slussplan and Kornhamnstorg respectively.The second oldest square in Stockholm, slightly younger than Stortorget, Järntorget dates back to around 1300 and remained the city's most important trade centre for centuries — constantly busy and crowded, scents and noise intermixing while goods were transported from shore to shore across the square and up and down the attics of the surrounding buildings.

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Ilina Decheva en
This the worst restaurant in Stockholm and in Sweden. They are stealing the people without any problem. They served bottles with water from the tub and you pay 40sek for that. Unacceptable! You can pay for the water when it is with lanel and they open the bottle in front of you, and here they serve you a glacebottle open in the kitchen and filled with tubwater. Donot give them your money! GooglePlace - June 2017
jacco eerden en
Overpriced food, poor service GooglePlace - June 2017
Shameful tourist trap. We ordererd 75 cr irish coffee on the menu but they owed us 175 cr, more worse they put 60 cr additionally for sharing a food which we had never requested. GooglePlace - May 2017
Javier Martinez-Torron Bachmaier en
This place is an absolute tourist trap with over priced food and drinks. We had a dish of meatballs for 150 krons (it was discounted from 190!), but we decided to go ahead trusting that quality and quantity would go along with the price. The quality was very poor and the portions were ridiculous: 4 small meatballs that could be served in any plane, some artificial mashed potatoes and a bunch of McDonald's lookalike pickles... However, the biggest scam was on the drinks. We asked for a wine recommendation, and literally no wine was below 400 krons, therefore we decided to go for some tap water, which was denied to us (most places in Stockholm do serve you tap water), and we had to purchase a bottle of water of 50cl which went up to 75 krons (this is over 7 euros...). I literally have very few positive things to say about this restaurant, perhaps the fact that decoration and music were decent I guess... Overall, very poor in all of its aspects. We paid for about 200 krons each for average meatballs + a glass of water. Do yourself a favour and avoid this place. GooglePlace - April 2017
Alex Butenko en
Tourist trap with average food and overpriced drink menu (watch out for the water prices)! Avoid at all costs. Foursquare - January 2017