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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”, which means 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.
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In Hornstull, one of Stockohlm's trendier areas, you can find the charming restaurant Bistro Barbro. The menu consists of innovative Japanese dishes and in the basement you can find Sweden's first movie bar.
Brasserie Le Rouge
More is more at Le Rouge, expect French extravagant fin-de-siècle and a delicious Italian composed menu. You can also visit the bar next door called Le Bar Rouge and enjoy a drink at one of Stockholm’s most popular hang-outs.
Den Gyldene Freden
Den Gyldene Freden welcomes you to a restaurant situated in a medieval basement in the Old Town. This restaurant serves dishes from a classic Swedish cuisine with a modern touch.
Djuret, which means ‘The Animal’, serves only one type of animal each season in a striking décor. The animal, that could be everything from a lamb to a moose, is teamed with a great selection of wines.
Dramaten - Frippe, Pauli och Terrassen
Dramaten is filled with celebrities, dramatic, but still relaxed! Frippe is the neighborhood restaurant where you can take a bite before the theater or just sit and converse over a glass of wine. Pauli’s Terrace, with its view, is one of Stockholm’s musts!
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.
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 do not find quality ingredients near home that we set out on our culinary travels, usually ending up visiting good friends in southern Europe. Restaurant GQ strives for an authentic experience, from farm to fork.
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.
Located at the south gate in the Royal Haga Park, Haga Forum is flaunting magnificent views over Brunnsviken. At Haga, the classical cuisine meets the modern exciting culinary arts. Take a stroll in the park and do not miss the amazing brunch on the weekends!
Hermans Vegetariska Restaurang
Vegetarian food does not have to be boring and Herman's sets out to prove so. With inspiration from all over the world, Herman’s vegetarian restaurant offers exciting dishes and a panoramic view of Stockholm's inlet.
Oaxen Krog & Slip
Located in the beautiful island of Djurgården, restaurant Oaxen is truly a gem when it comes to gourmet dining. The restaurant is divided into two parts, the casual bistro called “Slip” and the fine dining part called “Krog”.
The fresh and stylish restaurant Pontus! ranges over several levels. This place is great for a get-together with friends and offers both Swedish and International delicacies.
Since 1897 the culture elite has been dining at Prinsen, a restaurant with a pleasant and cosy atmosphere. This is a great place to try Swedish classic dishes such as the renowned Biff Rydberg.
Niklas Ekstedt is one of Sweden’s famous TV chefs and was awarded his first start in Guide Michelin 2013. The warm and welcoming Restaurant Ekstedt offers a Scandinavian cuisine together with an awareness of its sources.
This is as Swedish as it gets! In classical soil at Skansen, you can enjoy a coffee or a glass of wine on the Terrace or our famous Swedish smorgasbord restaurant Solliden. Visit Solliden during the so called Allsång (sing-along) in summer.
Stadshuskällaren breathes tradition and culinary pride in their high-vaulted cellar. Here you can enjoy everything from classic Swedish menu or your choice Nobel menu from 1901-onward.
In the centre of Stureplan, Stockholm’s entertainment district, you can find this classic brasserie with several bars. This place is very popular in the summertime when the alfresco section is open.
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.