Thursday, 2 August 2012

Stockholm: Eating Guide

Allow me to briefly take you back a few days to my Stockholm sojourn. One of the things I love about Sweden is the abundance of super-healthy, mega-tasty food. Spend a few days in Stockholm and all the flawless complexions and lithe amazonian limbs will suddenly make sense.


Here are some of my favourite spots in the city for a grabbing a bite to eat. Nothing too poncy, but healthy quality fare. Nevertheless, Stockholm is eye-wateringly expensive & on average a salad is between £12-16 in a midrange restaurant- so eating out will definitely burn a whole in your pocket unless you're careful. 


Tures Brasserie:  The Nicoise is just incredible, as is the traditional Swedish dish of fresh atlantic prawns with mayo and caviar, on thin slithers of warm toast.

Hamngatan 37 111 53 Stockholm, Sweden
08-21 61 50


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Cafe Saturanus: Hands down the best cakes, pastries and cinnamon buns in Stockholm. 


Eriksbergsgatan 6
114 30 Stockholm, Sverige
+46 8 611 77 00


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Lisa Elmqvist: Calling all fish fiends. This place is legendary for its remarkably fresh seafood and daily specials.

Nybrogatan 31
114 39 Stockholm, Sverige
+46 8 553 404 00

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Foam Cafe: Cute coffee shop with an absolutely adorable interior. Small menu of salads, toasties and pastas and a pretty hip crowd.


Karlav├Ągen 75
114 49 Stockholm, Sverige
+46 8 660 09 96


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