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4 Mäster Samuelsgatan, Stockholm, , Sweden

The Prinsen restaurant near the Stureplan and Birger Jarlsgatan was established in 1897 and maintains its 19th-century decor with dark wood-paneled walls, brown leather booths, checkered black and brown tiled floor, and arched stained glass windows. The menu is also traditional, serving Swedish favorites such as biff rydberg (beef with fried potatoes served with egg yolk and horseradish in cream), Swedish meatballs in cream sauce, or wallenbergare (veal with cream and peas). During the summer, the sidewalk seating is a popular place for people-watching.

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Prinsen

The Prinsen restaurant near the Stureplan and Birger Jarlsgatan was established in 1897 and maintains its 19th-century decor with dark wood-paneled walls, brown leather booths, checkered black and brown tiled floor, and arched stained glass windows. The menu is also traditional, serving Swedish favorites such as biff rydberg (beef with fried potatoes served with egg yolk and horseradish in cream), Swedish meatballs in cream sauce, or wallenbergare (veal with cream and peas). During the summer, the sidewalk seating is a popular place for people-watching.