Expensive, but good
Bonde Matbod is a meat shop, mainly selling dried meats like reindeer and moose, which the Swedes love. You can find the market in Hotorget Square, next to the concert hall. It's in a basement, but easy enough to find. The dry moose and reindeer sausages are very popular, and are quite expensive as they have to be transported across the country. In general, frozen reindeer meat sold in the supermarkets is a bit cheaper: we are talking about 70 euros a kilo for the dried meats. They have much more flavour than a pork sausage, and are thinner and far less greasy. To accompany the meat, the store also sells a selection of jams, which are sweet when eaten with the sausages.