Almost six years ago Patrick Nendrén noticed a gap in Stockholm’s restaurant scene. That’s how STHLM TAPAS Kungsholmen on Pontonjärgatan was born. It became a success, and today there’s also a sister restaurant in Vasastan.
Tapas is often entirely associated with Spain, and this was here Patrick saw a gap. The social way of consuming tapas appealed to him, but he also thought that the actual food was pretty dull, a bit too many mushrooms in oil.
That’s the story of STHLM TAPAS, we created a concept with the best from different worlds
The answer – munches and appetizers from all over the world. A combination of the social interaction with a richer and fresher offer on the tapas menu. It turned out that the gap he saw did exist and Stockholmers started filling it quickly.
“That’s our story, we created a concept with the best from different worlds,” says Peter Zander, co-owner.
Franchisee Hassan Fadavi now runs the restaurant STHLM TAPAS Kungsholmen, but the concept is the same. Here you’ll find a large selection of tapas and appetizers from all over the world, and you choose and create your menu.
We have a beautiful terrace with room for around 75 people here, and it’s packed when the weather is nice
– Peter Zander, co-owner –
The food is made when the order comes in, and some dishes take more time to prepare than others.
“We usually advise the guests to share the dishes as much as possible so that no one has to sit and wait. We also say to our guests to leave need to control at home. It’s supposed to be cramped, cozy and maybe a bit messy. Relax, have a glass of cava and enjoy,” says Peter.
It gets even cozier in the summertime on Pontonjärgatan.
“We have a beautiful terrace with room for around 75 people here, and it’s packed when the weather is nice,” says Peter Zander.
STHLM TAPAS has filled a gap in Stockholm’s restaurant scene.
Sponsored article in collaboration with STHLM TAPAS Kungsholmen.
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