Jeppe Wikström
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Cultur bar & restaurant

Cultur bar & restaurant

Yet another addition to the exciting line-up of new restaurants and gastropubs in Gamla Stan. Cultur Bar & Restaurant is a favorite haunt for people looking for a glass of wine and an appetizer after work, to enjoy a simple dinner, or linger through the evening with a drink in the bar. On the menu: Tapas with a Scandinavian twist and wines for people who care about wine.
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Restaurant Frantzén

This compact restaurant in the medieval Old Town is this year’s trendiest and most talked-about hotspot. For foodies who like to push the boundaries, dinner here is a spectacular show, full of surprises and humor. Or what do you say about escargots and caviar d’escargot, surrounded on the plate by a music box, circus of aromas, cat grass, violets, pollen and rapeseed? (Previously known as Frantzén/Lindeberg.)
Gastrologik

Gastrologik

A rising star among Stockholm's restaurants and a great example of the contemporary "new nordic" style gastronomy - Scandinavian, natural, organic and innovative. There are no set menus; what’s in season decides what’s served. In 2013 Gatrologik recieved its first star in Guide Michelin. Gastrologik has a popular annex called Speceriet, which is right next door.
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Ekstedt

Well-known chef Niklas Ekstedt has created a kitchen in which food is prepared using the original methods over an open flame. The superb quality and artisanal excellence are familiar from Ekstedt’s other restaurants, along with awareness of the sources of the ingredients and elements of Scandinavian cuisine. The ambience is warm, welcoming, and rustic, expressed in natural materials. Ekstedt was awarded his first star in the 2013 Guide Michelin.
Esperanto

Esperanto

Describes its approach as ”romantic, surrealist, with touches of natural elements”. In the latest edition of the White Guide, a respected Swedish restaurant guide, Esperanto shared the award for best restaurant in Sweden. As the name suggests, it finds inspiration in food cultures worldwide. One reviewer writes: ”Spectacular entertainment with dashes of humor and decadence”. Doesn’t that sound quite enticing..?
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Mathias Dahlgren

In 2007 one of Sweden’s most celebrated chefs opened his new restaurant in a magnificent location in the Grand Hôtel, with views across to the Royal Palace. Dahlgren’s kitchen takes Swedish ingredients and culinary culture to new peaks. Superbly entertaining, both on the plate and in the dining room itself, in addition to the towering flavors.
Lux Dag för Dag

Lux Dag för Dag

Reputed gourmet restaurant Lux on the island of Lilla Essingen re-opened in 2013 with a more simplistic and affordable concept. Close to nature, Scandinavian flavors and local produce is however still the main focus. Cozy atmosphere and secluded location with Lake Mälaren nearby.
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Gro Restaurant

Gro is an urban restaurant with a focus on organic, locally-produced food. Simple, scaled-down food is served in a stylish environment, but don't be fooled – the food has a high-end flavor and the restaurant has ambitions that are even higher. Gro Restaurang serves both lunch and dinner and is located on Sankt Eriksgatan.
Oxelblom

Oxelblom

When you walk into Oxelblom, it feels like coming home to Grandma's living room. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming with old-fashioned sofas and lampshades. The menu reflects Swedish culinary traditions with temporary themes focusing on various Swedish provinces. Oxelblom quickly became a favorite among the stylish locals of SoFo.
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Ulla Winbladh

”Ulla, my Ulla.” This is the opening of a famous Swedish ballad by the eighteenth-century troubadour Bellman. The ballad is about his lover, Ulla Winbladh. The restaurant of the same name, with so much tradition behind it, is centrally located on the beautiful shady island of Djurgården. Traditional Swedish home fare is served here year-round.
Tjoget

Tjoget

Tjoget is an interesting combination of restaurant, wine bar and classic barber shop - under the same roof. The restaurant, Linje Tio, features a relaxed and vibrant bar that has quickly become popular among the hip residents of Hornstull. Order a perfectly composed cocktail or take your pick among the carefully selected beers. The bar was inspired by Brooklyn, New York.
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Nytorget Urban Deli

A popular new restaurant, bar, deli and store in the heart of style-conscious SoFo. They serve most of the day’s meals here. The menu is varied and the dishes are well prepared. The trendy concept reminds you of New York.
Hornhuset

Hornhuset

Hornhuset is a stylish new building in trendy Hornstull on three levels with a bar on the roof terrace. Torget, where you can have a snack, a drink or enjoy a light meal, is on the ground floor. One floor up is the restaurant and bar called Laika, here you can enjoy a drink, eat a light meal, play Scrabble, and listen to DJ´s playing several times a week. Enzo's on the top floor can be described as a combined sports bar and Italian trattoria. You are sure to enjoy the gourmet pizza, deli meats and semi-freddo. Current soccer matches are shown on the screens.
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Lilla Ego

Lilla Ego is a new neighborhood restaurant in Vasastan, where the love for Swedish food shines through in every dish. The two owners are award-winning chefs who serve luxurious food, at a very decent price level and in a cosy and informal environment.
Speceriet

Speceriet

An elegant and enjoyable annex to the award-winning fine restaurant Gastrologik. Here at Speceriet, you have the opportunity to experience somewhat simpler versions of Gastrologik's flavor sensations. There is also a deli section offering a selection of the restaurant's raw ingredients. Speceriet does not take reservations - simply drop in.
Flippin' Burgers

Flippin' Burgers

Before opening Flippin' Burgers, the owner traveled around the US in search for inspiration on how to make the perfect burger. After returning home, he crowdfunded the restaurant and got started on his burger-quest. Now, many connoisseurs agree that he excelled. So much so that people actually lined up outside the restaurant to try it. To better accommodate the ever rising demand, Flippin' Burgers have now moved to a larger location but keep serving mouthwatering burgers and Ben & Jerry's milkshakes.
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Nybrogatan 38

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks - Nybrogatan 38 is open from morning till late. The orientation can be described as relaxed, minimalist, and modern. The food is beautifully prepared and the menu is inspired by Scandinavia and the Mediterranean.
Hjerta

Hjerta

Beautifully located restaurant next to the marina on the idyllic ”art island” Skeppsholmen. Has its own smokery in an old workshop and the smokey flavour is present in nearly every dish on the menu. Open from May 15.
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Story Hotel

The spacious bar at the trendy Story Hotel has quickly become a popular after-work scene for the city crowd. A cool, jazzy atmosphere during the week heats up from Thursday to Saturday, when the DJs step up the beat.
Bistro Barbro

Bistro Barbro

Charming and trendy restaurant in Hornstull. On the menu: innovative, Japanese-inspired small dishes of high quality. Sweden's first movie bar is located in the basement.
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Brasserie Le Rouge

There’s no Swedish minimalism at this place. Visiting the restaurant Le Rouge is like stepping into French fin-de-siecle. Classic French and Italian composed menus are served here, and tradition is more important than trendiness. Don’t miss the bar next door, Le Bar Rouge, which has quickly become one of Stockholm’s most popular hang-outs!
Den Gyldene Freden

Den Gyldene Freden

In a medieval basement in the Old Town you’ll find this classic restaurant. Owned by the Swedish Academy, which selects the Nobel Prize for literature. Legend has it that many Nobel prizes have been decided at the Academy’s regular table here. The menu offers big names in classic Swedish cooking, nowadays with interesting contemporary touches.
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Hermans

Using organic ingredients, over 60 spices and inspiration from cuisines all over the world, Hermans sets out to prove that vegetarian doesn’t mean boring. In addition the restaurant boasts a panoramic view of the entire inlet to Stockholm. In the summer there’s plenty of room in the shady garden.
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Oaxen Krog & Slip

The internationally acclaimed gourmet restaurant in the archipelago has moved to the island of Djurgården in central Stockholm. Oaxen is divided in the "Slip", a casual Swedish bistro, and "Krog" where you can experience fine dining as it is recognized from Oaxen's earlier years. Both restaurants have a clear focus on Swedish, locally sourced and seasonal flavors. Oaxen is housed in a refurbished shed at a boatyard and the interior design is inspired by marine industries.
Prinsen

Prinsen

Stockholm’s cultural elite has been dining well at Prinsen since 1897. The walls are decorated with the portraits of famous habitués. Prinsen is an excellent spot for the diner who wants to try well-prepared Swedish classic dishes in a cozy and pleasant atmosphere. Their version of Biff Rydberg is renowned, and the service is professional and personal. Guests are met by Prinsen’s own coat check staff.
The Flying Elk

The Flying Elk

This gastro pub can be found in the Old Town and offers everything from Swedish classic dishes to British pub grub. After dinner you can visit Gaston next door, a wine bar that offers an extensive beer list.
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