The market features outdoor and indoor areas. The latter is most exciting. It combines market stalls and bar counters. Chefs cook falafel and kebabs, souvlaki and fried fish right in front of you. Kajsas Fisk is famous for its fish and seafood dishes. You'll have to pick meals at random though, for the menu is written in Swedish. You may find yourself eating seafood chowder soup, grilled salmon fillet, or salmon in cream sauce dressed with boiled potatoes. Here you'll meet middle-aged female tourists, Afro-American hippies and locals in suits and ties. Meals are served pretty fast. Average bill is 300SEK. By the way, they offer free helping to a soup.