In seven beautiful vaults, classic Swedish food with a French twist is being served. Here people have been eating and drinking since the 1600s.
In the heart of Old Town in Stockholm, on Nygränd between Österlånggatan and Skeppsbron is a restaurant historic interesting building from the 1600s. The establishment of today is called Fem små hus (Five Small Houses) and continues the tradition of serving food and drinks that was started by a woman named Anna Lindberg, who ran her restaurant here 400 years ago.
In this historic environment Fem små hus of today serves a mix of the best the genuine Swedish cuisine has to offer, but with a French touch.
The restaurant has a total of seven old and very beautiful vaults. The name Fem små hus comes from the fact that the vaults extend over five houses, along Nygränd, down to Skeppsbron.
Despite that the name refers to a small space, you should not discount Fem små hus if you are a large group of people. It is possible to celebrate a party or have conferences here, for example full-day conferences between 8 AM and 5 PM, including meals.
Tre prinsar (Three princes) upstairs in house number two is an old dining room with seating for up to 40 people. And overall these old spaces swallow much more than that, since there are seven rooms in total in the restaurant that can welcome and serve even more guests.
The menus in the restaurant is renowned and cost around SEK 500 for three courses excluding the wine package. The menus are named after the place: Fem små hus, Anna Lindberg, and Old Town.
Address: Nygränd 10
Menu: Swedish cuisine with a French touch