4.5 based on 23 reviews
Close to the hospital lays the old doctorsvilla which is now a very nice restaurant with exellent food. 2 km from the golf coourse and 3minutes walk to the center of Piteå.
4 based on 16 reviews
We found this sushi restaurant by mistake when we were driving around Pitea trying to get around some blocked off streets. It turned out to be our good fortune. The owner and staff are very friendly and very understanding. Before I ordered I asked a few questions like the type of rice they use and what ingredients and fish they used. I am originally from Hawaii so I am peticular about my sushi. The rice is Nishiki (California rice, the best) and considering the locale, the fish etc sounded okay. Well they were more than okay. Salmon, eel, octopus, and some very good rolls. Anyone having a sushi craving should definitely give Sushi and Te a try. Prices were reasonable and the place had air conditioning, a real treat on a hot Swedish summer day.
3.5 based on 46 reviews
Good service, perfect location! You should try grill buffet it's amazing food. Sometimes when I'm very hungry Im dreaming how it'sgood to be there right now..
3.5 based on 54 reviews
It usually takes some time to chose from the menu, which offers a vast selection of meals. But once ordered, meals appear quite quickly. The service is apt and forthcoming. The restaurant itself is not so cosy, but nice enough. Take away is a good option. Everything I've eaten here has tasted great, and the servings are very generous. If you go for the take away you will most likely have food to last you another meal. All meals (I think) can be ordered in kids size, which is a good idea - since the normally sized meals are a hefty load even for adults ;)
3.5 based on 40 reviews
This restaurant was ok. We had the buffet which was nice. The pulled pork and the chicken were fab. It's not a classy restaurant but it's ok.
4 based on 68 reviews
Being a chain of pubs that soon appears in every Swedish city, the Bishops arms offers comfortable interiors with a great selection of beer. Often with local specialities, so also here in Piteå with brews from eg Nausta brewery.
While this (relaxed atmosphere and good beer) is something you get at any Bishops arms, food quality varies a lot between the pubs. And I must say that the food we had in Piteå was among the best I've tasted from a Bishops arms. I had the salmon and was more than satisfied. Great flavour and careful seasoning (over-salting is a common issue at this kind of pub in Sweden) brought out the best in the fish.
4 based on 47 reviews
Looking for a place to kill the sweet tooth we were recommended this place for "exceptional cakes". And I admit that there is a fine collection of desserts that should satisfied even more demanding customers but you will not be spoiled for choice, however. We tasted a creamy cake with soft pastry and for once I am glad that it was not overpowered by sugar so you get to enjoy all components. While tasty, it was by no means exceptional. Given the price range one would expect probably something even better but to extinguish cravings for sugar it will do...
4 based on 36 reviews
We should have known better. If a restaurant serves pizza, Indian, Chinese and Korean - that should be a sign of warning...Unfortunately we read and trusted the Tripadvisor reviews. The four of us ordered four different Indian dishes. We know we are a bit high maintenance when it comes to Indian food, since we love India, travel there every year and also love Indian cooking. So...our expectations were quite low (despite the reviews). Well, we don't think the chef uses any Indian spices except chili, no cumin, no curry no garam masala..The rice was Jasmin (!), the nan bread was pizza slices and the taste was..well, it was eatable but we wouldn't call it Indian. We would recommend the kitchen to invest in a Indian cook-book. We will not return to this joint. Well, maybe the pizzas are better...
3.5 based on 39 reviews
Well, went here thinking of Mexican, or whatever the Swedish version of Mexican would have been. After seeing a price of $30 American, i rethought the whole thing and figured that for $12 less i'd go for a burger. That seemed safer here too, where there is quite a bit of competition for that sort of food. Plus, they looked good.
I got the basic burger, which was to come with double cheese, fries, and coleslaw. It was about $20. I asked what kind of cheese, the server said Cheddar. The cheese was not cheese, but rather liquid cheese (cheese food, you know, the stuff that's cheese mixed with some kind of oil that you can pour- the stuff they make really bad nachos out of). It was the consistency of liquid plastic. Not that i'm any kind of expert on liquid cheese food, but even by those standards, this stuff was incredibly nasty. I scraped it off the best i could. The bun was terribly inadequate for such a big burger (not a problem for many i would guess), and the barbeque sauce that came on the thing was extra sweet. Luckily, i got that on the side. The meat was not good, ok at best, not nearly as good as the meat in the burger i had at Bishop's Arms. The tablespoon of cole slaw that came with it was sort of orange/brown/beige, not good.
The fries were excellent, but i can't really give them many stars for that. Maybe 1 1/2 stars would accurate, but for the money, in a sports bar that features American food, it was really bad. I've eaten at Max's, the Swedish fast food place, and the burger there was significantly better, and 1/3 the price, with a drink included. Please go there unless you have a sports event to watch, in which case i'd go to Max's before or after and just have a beer at O'Learys. (That will run you $7+)
The Garlic Aioli that came along tasted like salty, watered down, sweet mayonnaise. I detected no garlic.
The sugar was bursting out everywhere, the meat sucked, the cheese was atrocious, and the fries rocked. The best strategy was to eat fast, steal fries from my partner who was hating it, and run.
She had a veggie burger that was kind of ok, but bastardized with the aforementioned barbeque sauce that had her reeling for water.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
We are a modern restaurant and bar in a prestigious building in central Piteå. On our changing menu you will find an honest piece of meat with classic accessories, a really good drink or a journey of discovery of the local cuisine. Distributed through out several dishes. In other words, you can come to us in a finer t-shirt and jeans on a day when you can not be bothered to cook, or put on your suitjacket and indulge in a food and beverage experience. Either way you will not feel out of place. Ångbryggeriet is an exceptionally experienced youth with a modern concept. Backed by 100,000's of hours of work in both the restaurant- and University kitchens. The food, the drinks and the experience can be found at Bryggargatan 14 in Piteå. Welcome!
A perfect place for a nice dinner. Nice light interior with local history and local menu. Located in Piteå city.
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