Our roots from the past run deep. Tullhuset was originally builtas the first stop for fish and other goods that had to pass through customs before sailors came into port after their travels at sea. Right next door was the terminal for steamships headed to Gothenburg, which put in just outside.
Both buildings have now been joined into a pleasant restaurant with an incredible outdoor seating area that stretches out over the water. One of the original terminal walls still forms one wall inside the current restaurant. And the beautiful location at the southern point of Klåva Harbour is utterly magical.
Local meeting place for food and well-being
When Preben started working here in 2001, Tullhuset was a shellfish café. Two years later, it was for sale. The dream of getting to create a pleasant, familiar local meeting place for food and drinks was born. Today, husband and wife Preben and Sofie Pedersen have run Tullhuset as a full-on fish and shellfish restaurant for 15 years. By adhering to the oceanfront concept, cultivating local engagement and letting the guests and staff draw up the menu and offering together, the restaurant has become a unique year-round pub in the Gothenburg archipelago.