Restaurants in Sweden

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At his minimalist restaurant, chef Magnus Ek prepares regionally sourced dishes like wild salmon and cockle tartare. Read More

Located in the city's 19th-century opera house, this Art Nouveau–style restaurant is beautifully appointed with leather chesterfield seats and a... Read More

Housed in the 1895 building behind the Opera House, Operakallaren contains four restaurants, a cocktail bar, and event rooms. The main dining room... Read More

Dark mood lighting, pulsing music, and friendly waiters keep this place packed. Nibble on Swedish hash browns with Balik salmon roe or veal with duck... Read More

After major renovations in spring of 2011, local legend Pontus Frithiof reopened the multi-level Pontus!, located on Stureplan Square. An Asian-themed... Read More

Everything about Portofino is unassuming: its quiet location in Zinkensdamm, its nondescript brick exterior, and its short menu, which offers five... Read More

The Prinsen restaurant near the Stureplan and Birger Jarlsgatan was established in 1897 and maintains its 19th-century decor with dark wood-paneled... Read More

Located near the stadium and the Royal Swedish Opera, Proviant is fashioned after a French brasserie, with black and white walls, glossy black seats,... Read More

At this gastropub, the focus is on excellent locally brewed beer, intended to be paired with the smaller dishes offered on the restaurant's inventive... Read More

Considering the wealth of seafood available in Stockholm, it’s surprising that there aren’t more sushi places around town. Råkultur is the best around,... Read More

Restaurant Lux is off the beaten track on the island of Lilla Essingen and overlooks Marieberg Bay. The early 1900's industrial brick building, with... Read More

Just a five-minute walk from Stureplan, this century-old restaurant is modeled after the famed Café Riche in Paris. Often packed with... Read More

The five-table, peanut-size Riddarbageriat Bakery), founded by Sweden's all-star baker Johan Sorberg, is the perfect spot for an afternoon break.... Read More

The property is part café, park bakery, and part nursery, thanks to the on-site greenhouse where fruits and vegetables are grown. What the... Read More

This restaurant and bar is a Stockholm institution, beloved by generations of Swedes, who come for the excellent Swedish food (toast Skagen, Swedish... Read More

Besides spectacular views of the Royal Palace, this landmark hotel serves up an authentic smorgasbord—a centuries-old Swedish tradition. Chef... Read More

Sweden has a long and proud tradition of baking, and Tösse is one of the most traditional konditoris in town. It's worth visiting to get a sense of the... Read More

Red-and-white checked tablecloths are a reminder of the 1929 bistro's former incarnation as a blue-collar tavern, and the vibe remains suitably casual.... Read More

Overlooking the Rosendalsvagen on the Djurgarden Island, the Wardshuset Ulla Windbladh restaurant is housed in an 1897 inn done in the Gustavian-style... Read More

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