Top 10 Restaurants You Should Eat At While In Stockholm

1 – Esperanto, located at Kungstensgatan 2, 114 25 Stockholm, Sweden, is an exciting blend of natural, romantic and entertaining ambience all of which justify it being chosen as the venue for dining out. While the multiple-course menu is based on seasonal produce and a-la-carte version for choosy diners, this outfit manages to satiate one and all no matter what your eating habits and preferences might be.

2 – While every restaurant serves food, only a few are credited with being inventive, innovative as also ethnic and Frantzen-Lindeberg in Stockholm is one of them. Located at Lilla Nygatan 21, 111 28 Stockholm, Sweden, this restaurant ensures a distinct touch to its dishes by relying on home-grown local produce and combining it with delectable Asian flavors.

3 – To serve food prepared from locally grown ingredients within a creative setting celebrating Viking culture is what Mdghs excels at. Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 111 48 Stockholm, Sweden is where this restaurant serves a delightful blend of traditional and global cuisine amidst a stately yet natural setting.

4 – Tucked away quietly in Artillerigatan 14, 114 51 Stockholm, Sweden, is Gastrologik, the ultimate in terms of contemporary yet indigenous Nordic cuisine. Dining at this restaurant is nothing short of a pleasure for taste-buds as creative concoctions and combinations are served in form of several courses. While the element of surprise never fails to impress diners, the shop next door enables them to take away something exotic and fresh for experimenting at home.

5- Ekstedt is an outcome of its chef’s determination to uphold traditional Nordic cooking methods of preparing dishes on a flame created by using Scandinavian wood. Thus, anyone who steps through the doors of this restaurant in Humlegårdsgatan 17, 114 83 Stockholm, Sweden, is bound to be greeted with woody aromas emanating from the kitchen. Having comfortably settled amidst rustic interiors, the next best thing that occurs entails serving of ethnic Swedish cuisine.

6 – Classic with a tinge of bold is how a dining experience at Operakalleran is best described and while the classic Swedish touch is imparted courtesy of the Royal Opera, the boldness becomes apparent through the variety of international delicacies that are served here. Operahuset, Karl XII:s torg, 111 86 Stockholm, Sweden, is the address that a diner expectant of good food and even better wine must visit and spend an eventful evening.

7 – F12, Fredsgatan 12, 111 52 Stockholm, Sweden, is elegance personified in terms of décor, ultimate in flavor in terms of food and personalized to the point of reflecting its proprietor’s ambition and love for cooking. Yet the ambience is ideal for relaxing and hence preferred by think-tank from various walks of life who come here to relish the unusually creative combinations.

8 – LuxStockholm, Primusgatan 116, 112 67 Stockholm, Sweden, is to be christened as ‘Lux dag for dag’ and once that happens it will be a little less formal, a little less expensive and will offer more variety including the option of take-away. However, there are certain aspects that would remain unchanged and uncompromised on like the freshness of produce, quality of preparations and impeccable service thus warranting a visit.

9 – For Rakultur simplicity has been the best as also the most effective policy as it continues to serve sushi in a faraway land like Sweden with flourish and success. Located at Kungstensgatan 2, 114 25 Stockholm, Sweden, this Japanese specialty joint boasts of incomparable service standards and an open kitchen both of which add to the humble yet deeply graceful décor.

10 – Have you ever had the experience of dining amidst various shades of red and hues of purple? Nyagatan, Skånegatan 84, 116 37 Stockholm, Sweden, offers exactly that and also boasts of a distinct menu to emphasize on its deviation from mainstream eating joints. Beef, wild boar and a number of vegetarian specialties that are served here bear an organic and home-grown touch which is often missing in commercial outfits.