Restaurants in Stockholm
Your guide to the city’s thriving restaurant scene
The latest about restaurants in Stockholm
Burgerian Falafel & Grill in Södermalm offers tourists and Stockholmers fresh homemade falafel and personal service. All food is made from scratch, and the menu consists of various falafel rolls and grilled food.read more
Ardbeg Embassy offers Stockholm’s best whiskey in authentic Scottish surroundings in Old Town where you can quench your thirst with a selection of 300 different whiskeys.read more
In the heart of Stockholm, you’ll find II Molo, an oasis in the shopping district. Settle down in an Instagram friendly environment and enjoy crunchy pizzas, steak tartare, and burrata – The Italian Way.read more
Lokal Izakaya is a restaurant and bar in Kungsholmen where Stockholm meets Tokyo. The menu has its roots in Sweden but is inspired by Asia, and the concept is primarily tasting menus that you share.read more
In the heart of Stockholm on Stureplan, you can find East, described in their own words as ‘The first and most famous modern Asian restaurant in Sweden.’ And it’s hard to argue with that.read more
Your guide to restaurants in Stockholm
Stockholm is one of the most cosmopolitan cities you’ll encounter – and here you’ll find everything from Thai to Hawaiian to Ethiopian and, of course, traditional Nordic fare, sometimes with an innovative twist. Chefs are more and more concerned with locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, high-quality and like to play with their dishes.
But eating out in the city can be expensive – budget travelers should spring for lunch time, when most plates range around SEK 120, even served with free drinks and salad. A growing trend you might see are trendy, upper-class sushi joints or hip hamburger diners who do milkshakes. Whether you want to grab a kebab at midnight or sit down for a set menu of reindeer meatballs and lambfillet, Stockholm’s got you covered.
Vegan or carnivore, traditional or adventurous, big wallet or small – no matter your preferences Stockholm is sure to have something that suits your palette. Or kick back at a bakery and take part in the favorite Swedish past-time, fika, the Swedish art of afternoon coffee. Here at View Stockholm we suggest taking advantage of all that the thriving food and restaurant scene has to offer. And we’re happy to help you find it. Smaklig måltid!