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Boqueria – enjoy the best of the Spanish cuisine right in the middle of Stockholm

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In the mood for really good Spanish food? Then bring your hungry friends and head to Boqueria in the mall MOOD Stockholm. Restaurant Boqueria serves tapas, charcuterie, cheeses, pintxos, and sangria. Here you gather around the food, share small dishes, and talk about life with good friends.

And here is something for everyone. The stressed business traveler who wants to settle down for a lunch, the loving couple who share small dishes in the square (Boqueria’s own little market hall), and the group of friends who want to have drinks and eat pintxos until closing time.

The atmosphere is casual and familiar with an emphasis on genuine and creative food crafts. Perfect for summer lunches, after-work hangouts, and spontaneous dates. Vamos Vamos, Bienvenidos! Come here and enjoy!

Welcome to Boqueria!

Top 3 reasons to visit

First-class tapas

Relaxed environment

Torget - Boqueria's own food market with summer grill and tasty pintxos

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Boqueria – good Spanish food and friendly meetings in the heart of Stockholm city

Spanish delicacies and chatty company. That’s the atmosphere you meet at Restaurant Boqueria in the mall MOOD Stockholm. Bienvenidos everyone who loves tapas, pintxos, and really good Spanish food!

Boqueria means meeting place in Spanish, and that’s exactly what this restaurant is. A place where you gather around the food – tapas, pintxos, delicacies, and small dishes in a warm and friendly environment. In true Spanish style, the tables are lively and full of food – the guests are tasting, sharing, and talking according to the Sharing is Caring philosophy.

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.

Dragan Racetovic, Boquerian’s restaurant manager, says:

“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.

So, what exactly are pintxos? It’s simply a slice of bread with something good on top – for example, freshly sliced ham, sardines, or various vegetables in season. If you’re really hungry, several different pintxos can make up a whole meal (a bit like Spanish ‘smörrebröd’). Otherwise, it’s an excellent
snack for the pre-drink.

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.

“The restaurant is divided into two parts with two different styles; the dining room and the square. During the day, we serve two different lunches: a tray and a seated lunch. There are simply a lot of choices – something for everyone. It’s a wonderful place to hang out,” says Dragan.

Whether you stop by for lunch or come in the evening to drink drinks and eat tapas in good company, Boqueria can guarantee a genuine dining experience with lots of love and care, a relaxed atmosphere, and a scent of Spain. It’s creative, authentic, familiar, and casual.



+46 (0)8 30 74 00


Opening Hours

Monday 11:30 am – 11 pm
Tuesday 11:30 am – 11 pm
Wednesday 11:30 am – 11 pm
Thursday 11:30 am – 11 pm
Friday 11:30 am – 2 am
Saturday 12 pm – 2 am
Sunday closed

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