In recent years, Stockholm has been featured and praised as one of the most exciting food capitals of the world. Whether you want to experience classic Swedish cuisine in the form of a smorgasbord or contemporary gastronomy focusing on slow food and featuring local ingredients, Stockholm offers an impressive selection. Do as the Swedes do: eat lunch. “Dagens lunch”, today’s lunch, is an affordable option served at midday.
Every neighborhood has excellent restaurant options, but the most concentrated restaurant areas are in Gamla Stan and SoFo on Södermalm.
Find even more tips at www.visitstockholm.com/en/eat
Fem Små Hus
Fem Små Hus serves classic Swedish food. The ingredients are selected with care and the cooks prepare everything from scratch. The wine cellar is well stocked and the sommeliers will happily guide you through the wine list. There’s been a restaurant in the building since the 17th century.
At Gute Grill you get rustic and well made cuisine made from local products of Gotland. A wide range of beer from the island Gotland, drinks and wine from all over the world. Choose between typical Swedish, modern, ecological, or classic dishes from Gotland in downtown Stockholm close to Stureplan.
Grossmanns and GQ
Fresh ingredients and impeccable quality is a prerequisite for an excellent dining experience. In order to ensure that everything is first class, we work with local producers who are committed to organic and natural farming. We rarely serve food that has been transported unnecessarily. It is only when we don't find quality ingredients near home that we set out on our culinary travels, usually ending up visiting good friends in southern Europe.
Restaurang GQ strives for an authentic experience. From farm to fork.