Photo credit: Anna Hållams
Top 5 restaurants in Stockholm
Stockholm is a great place for vegetarian, sustainable and innovative restaurants. Here is a list of our top 5 restaurants to try in Stockholm.
Last updated 19 November 2020
Dinner at Fotografiska, Stockholm
Dinner at Fotografiska which offers green meals and stunning views.
Photo: Anna Hållams
Fotografiska is Sweden’s largest museum of photography and its popular restaurant was awarded Best Museum Restaurant of the Year in 2017.Fotografiska
Vegetarian meal at Rutabaga, Stockholm
Food from Rutabaga, a restaurant by Mathias Dahlgren - creating the next generation of lacto-ovo-vegetarian cuisine in Stockholm.
Photo: Lennart Weibull
It is not every day that a chef with multiple Michelin stars and four Swedish Chef of the Year titles opens a restaurant specialising exclusively in lacto-ovo-vegetarian cuisine, but that is exactly with Mathias Dahlgren has done at Rutabaga.Rutabaga
Restaurant Oaxen, Stockholm
Restaurant Oaxen offers an extraordinary fine dining experience in the archipelago of Stockholm.
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Oaxen is located in a converted shed at a boatyard on the island of Djurgården. The restaurant has a marine theme with an oak-furnished interior and row boats in ceiling, with a genuine yet luxurious feel.Oaxen
Teatern food court, Södermalm
Teatern is a popular food court on Södermalm, Stockholm, where some of Sweden's best chefs serve high-quality fast food.
Photo: Ringen centrum
Looking for delicious food for a reasonable price? Look no further than Teatern – a hip food court located on the island of Södermalm in Stockholm.Teatern Skanstull
Restaurant Matateljén, Stockholm
Restaurant Matateljén in Stockholm has a homely atmosphere and delicious food.
Matateljén is a hidden gem located south of the city in the tranquil suburb of Gamla Enskede. The restaurant focuses on mid-sized green platters, inviting you to combine several dishes or to share your meal with friends and family.Matateljén
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