Boqueria was born in 2012 in connection with the opening of the MOOD Stockholm mall. Behind the concept is Napolyon Sürer, also known as ‘Nappe,’ who runs Boqueria with his family. Since his childhood, he has worked in the restaurant industry. Most of the time, you find him in the dining room with a smile on his face. His heart beats as much for Spain as it does for meetings with the guests at Boqueria.
“Our classic dishes such as pimientos, hamburguesa, and salt and pepar-squid are extra popular. Those have been on the menu from the beginning.”
You can also expect variation and change:
“In the last three weeks alone, we have changed 4-5 dishes. And in the warmer months, we grill and serve skewers on the outdoor terrace.”
Just outside the Boqueria, you’ll find Torget (The Square) – the restaurant’s own small food market with tables where people can drop in and settle down on their own. Here you can buy Spanish delicacies such as cheeses, charcuterie, and real pintxos. On weekend nights, DJs, music, and freshly prepared Spanish small dishes with sparkling wine and drinks customized to the meal are offered. Those who want to mingle they mingle, and those who want to lean back and hang out they lean back and hang out.
It’s a mixed group of guests. Some tourists come here, but mostly Stockholmers from the city center and the suburbs. It also depends on what time of the day it is. Later in the evening, it’s younger people who fill the room, but not younger than 23 years old since that’s the age limit. Earlier in the evening, it’s a more mixed crowd; seniors, families, couples, and some romantic dates.
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Sponsored article in collaboration with Boqueria.