I like it when a bar is not just a bar, but something more. While Trallebus opened its doors many years ago and has hardly had any renovations or upgrades since then, it still differs in a good way from all the new bars where it’s hard to tell one from another. The location is great, the interior is cozy, there’s plenty of space, however the bar gets very crowded over the weekends. Some details of its design, e.g. chairs are meant to look like a trolleybus. Moreover they have a so-called “Museum of trolleybus tickets” which is basically a wall where tickets from different countries are displayed. If you have trolleybuses in your country, you can give them a ticket and they’ll give you a beer for free in case they still don’t have one from your country.
The menu is diverse and the prices are rather low. I usually come here for their home-made liquors and beer (there are some brands that you’ll hardly find in other bars). As for the food, everything is rather simple, if you are hungry the best choice would be one of their frying pans and my favourite snack is fried capelins. Trallebus is also a good place to watch football.