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Disgusting Food Museum opens in Sweden

Disgusting Food Museum
Europe   Smell and taste some of the world's notorious foods

The Disgusting Food Museum, opened in Malmö, Sweden on October 31. For the admission fee of about $20.50 USD, visitors can gaze at "80 of the world’s most disgusting foods".


Adventurous visitors will appreciate the opportunity to smell and taste some of these notorious foods.

The museum’s exhibit include a bull’s penis, frog smoothies from Peru, a wine made of baby mice that is consumed in China and Korea.

American foods on display include Jell-O salad, made of gelatin and typically fruit; canned pork brains with milk gravy; and root beer, a sweet soft drink which Swedes say tastes like toothpaste.

Exhibited delicacies also include:
Surströmming – fermented herring from Sweden
Cuy – roasted guinea pigs from Peru
Casu marzu – maggot-infested cheese from Sardinia
Stinky tofu – pungent bean curd from China
Hákarl – well-aged shark from Iceland
Durian – infamously stinky fruit from Thailand

Slagthuset MMX (the slaughterhouse) is only a three-minute walk from Malmö central station, just across the bridge from Copenhagen, and there is plentiful parking in the area.

There is a very good restaurant (no, it is not disgusting!) in the same building. Slagthuset also offers excellent meeting and conference facilities.

Taste one for the Team is a team experience designed for groups of 6 or more adults. Challenge your colleagues or friends to a unique tasting that no one will ever be able to forget.

Hours
Wednesday – Sunday: 12:00 -18:00
Outdoor tasting: Surströmming, Icelandic shark & Durian
Wed-Fri 17:00, Sat & Sun 13:00 and 15:00.
Christmas: Closed December 22-25, 31, and January 1st.

Prices
Adult: (18+) 185kr
Student/Senior: 150kr
Children: three children enter for free per adult

The emporary museum is scheduled to run until January 27, 2019.

 

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