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English anyone?

*Mark Boy*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:08 PM
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QUOTE (Stebro)
I always eat at pizza hut when im in Stockholm. Now there's another potential big market here, and that is to start restaurants that only make food that is pretty healthy, and disguise it in a fast food type of way. I think a chain like that would do really well here.


The Pizza's are too small and more expensive!
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Braderunner Rennuredarb
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:09 PM
Post #32
Location: Not in Sweden
Joined: 24.May.2005

QUOTE (Mark Boy)
NO WAY! 1 thing Sweden does really well at is PIZZA!

MarkBoy - yer stoned

Pizza in sweden is teh suck. Skimpy toppings...flavorless sauce...

Italian pizza - gotten in Italy - is teh bomb - fresh and natural with loads of taste
Close second is American style pizza - not as fresh or natural...but has more "comfort" taste

Swedish Pizza leaves me thinking "Ummm...what was that? It looked like pizza but tasted like...er...nothing."
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*Selena*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:09 PM
Post #33


No way the pizza here is dissapointing. You need a chicago style deep dish pizza two slices and you could burst.
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*The Teenage Diplomat*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:09 PM
Post #34


QUOTE (Mark Boy)
The Pizza's are too small and more expensive!

I always go with the buffet though 8) It's so funny because you can really see when people are eating buffet and are hungry, many sit and stare, and it's like they're waiting for the right moment, and then it's go go go, and everyone runs up there to try to get some pieces laugh.gif
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Braderunner Rennuredarb
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:09 PM
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Location: Not in Sweden
Joined: 24.May.2005

QUOTE (Selena)
No way the pizza here is dissapointing. You need a chicago style deep dish pizza two slices and you could burst.

yeah baby!
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*Mark Boy*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:11 PM
Post #36


Jason the local Pizza joint where I live is FAB. Huge pizza's and very generous topings...PLUS the guy who works in it is so HOT! laugh.gif
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Rachel F
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:11 PM
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Joined: 12.Oct.2005

I was thinking of trying to get a market stall pitch on 'The Street' in Södermalm and then I could pretend I was Kat Slater from Eastenders (she's a very colourful character in a UK soap opera)...was thinking of trying to import some shabby chic bits and bobs as an antidote to all this minimalism. Mark, you and little Ollie could join me on my stall and we could have mugs of tea from a thermos and try and engage the Swedes in a bit of banter...

Hey, maybe that's a job for Geraco - he could surf Ebay and trade in weird and wonderful things...
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*The Teenage Diplomat*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:12 PM
Post #38


We have some american pizza place here where they make em like pan pizza's but I don't remember the name of it.
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Muttlestar Galactica
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:12 PM
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Joined: 4.Jan.2006

QUOTE (Selena)
No way the pizza here is dissapointing. You need a chicago style deep dish pizza two slices and you could burst.


Guess that answers my question...damn!

Just spent a year in Spain and that is one place where they should just back away from the pizza oven & stick to tapas!
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geraco
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:13 PM
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Joined: 8.Nov.2005

the one thing that would make a fortune would be poker bars. they seem to be nuts about poker here. you could have ten games going at once, serving beer to the tables and food. sort of like a casino , but poker only. they have pretty open gambling here, in that lots of pubs have blackjack tables
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*Mark Boy*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:15 PM
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QUOTE (KatieA)
I was thinking of trying to get a market stall pitch on 'The Street' in Södermalm and then I could pretend I was Kat Slater from Eastenders (she's a very colourful character in a UK soap opera)...was thinking of trying to import some shabby chic bits and bobs as an antidote to all this minimalism. Mark, you and little Ollie could join me on my stall and we could have mugs of tea from a thermos and try and engage the Swedes in a bit of banter...

Hey, maybe that's a job for Geraco - he could surf Ebay and trade in weird and wonderful things...


KatieA I am the type of person that knows exactly what I want, my coffee business is so well thought out and planned, same old story though, TAX in Sweden especially in Stockholm are TOO SEVERE!

Years ago I was trainned by SEGAFREDO in Italy and to be honest I know the coffee business inside out!
www.segafredo.it/
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*Selena*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:16 PM
Post #42


My favortite pizza place in Canada was this place that like I said has Chicago deep dish style pizza. For about 130 kr you get 20 slices. The pizza is baked and cut in squares. And it has about 10 toppings. NOW THATS A PIZZA!
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*Selena*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:17 PM
Post #43


Does anyone here know what a Tim Hortons is... sad.gif I miss it so. You swedes would love it.
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*The Teenage Diplomat*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:20 PM
Post #44


If we get some hockey at the same time im sure we would 8) I've just heard of that place several times from some canadian friends.
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*Selena*
post 18.Jan.2006, 12:23 PM
Post #45


Has the best coffee, lattes what ever you want and it would only cost you 7-25 kr a cup. Now if I had the money thats what I would open here. Then I would be rich biggrin.gif .
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