The Glass Hall is a big area, recently opened, in the middle of the central station. It's covered over with a glass roof - hence the name - which makes it sort of semi-open-air.
Inside there are all sorts of shops, but particularly eating places, either places with wooden tables outside or food-bars, where you sit on a bar-stool and eat at the bar.
There are establishments serving all sorts of food there (Swedish, ethnic....) but especially fresh fish. You just wander round and sit down where it takes your fancy. I eventually decided on the "Johan P" fish-bar, because I saw someone with an enormous plate of prawns, and had hake (I think the freshest fish I've had in a restaurant in my life) with a glass of beautiful white wine suggested by the lady serving, who knew everything there is to know about fish and wine. There were dewdrops on the outside of the glass.
The meal was quite expensive, but not prohibitively so, and definitely worth it.
Johan P is in the corner next to the gate you go through to get your train, which makes it extra-convenient, but there are masses of other eating places to choose from if you want, by no means all serving just fish. I remember seeing one with Mexican food. Some are cheaper, some more expensive.
The Glass Hall in the station seems to have become an instant favourite with local people - at any rate, there were masses of them in when I was there.
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