Back in November I spent a few days in Stockholm with my boyfriend. We booked our flights spontaneously and hopped on the plan a few days later. We stayed at the very beautiful and super stylish Miss Clara Hotel. Unfortunately or fortunately we were only half lucky with the weather. We had lots of rain but we also had a couple if days of sunshine. Though the weather conditions and low light made this trip slightly challenging.
Photo-wise I couldn’t capture the best moments, neither of the food nor of the city. But there wasn’t a single place we ate at that we didn’t like. So just trust me on this and try all the recommendations of my food guide to Stockholm. It’s not a comprehensive list as we only spent 3 full days (and we had breakfast included in the hotel) in Stockholm. However you’ll find something for everyone. Healthy eats and sweet buns, vegetarian Swedish classics as well as veggie and acai bowls.
A Quick Food Guide to Stockholm
Buns, buns, buns, good coffee, delicious bread and buns. My Fabrique favorite: Saffron buns. We also took home half a meter of rye bread because it’s that good.
Address: Drottninggatan 102, 111 60 Stockholm, Sweden & other locations
Amazing breakfast spot. Come early to Pom & Flora and order their acai bowl, read a newspaper and enjoy the busy vibes. They also make a killer banana peanut butter toast.
Address: Bondegatan 64, 116 29 Stockholm, Sweden
Cold pressed green juices at its best. Cleansing Day even has more than one green juice without added fruits.
Address: Sturegatan 20, 114 36 Stockholm, Sweden
If you visit Stockholm, have köttbullar. If you are like me and don’t eat meat, visit Kalf & Hansen. They make amazing veggie balls (they also serve the real deal and a fish version). Trust me, this place is sooooo good.
Address: Mariatorget 2, 118 49 Stockholm, Sweden
Lilla Ekot is a cozy and small veggie eatery. Come for lunch and have one of their day specials. Boyfriend’s conclusion: “This was very delicious, can we come back tomorrow again”
Address: Riddargatan 20, Stockholm, Sweden
I absolutely regret we didn’t have food here but the oat milk cappuccino at Pascal was the best plant-based coffee drink I’ve ever had in my life. Come here for the food too because it looks insanely good.
Address: Norrtullsgatan 4, 113 29 Stockholm, Sweden
Superb coffee roaster. Unfortunately I didn’t take any photos of Drop Coffee but this coffee shop is really hipster and cool. Stylish Scandinavian interior.
Address: Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10, 118 50 Stockholm, Sweden
Miss Clara Hotel serves gorgeous breakfast every day of the week and a festive brunch on Saturdays. Foods and ingredients are local and/or season which I loved.
Address: Sveavägen 48, 111 34 Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm’s is probably the best city for coffee (and in this case also tea lovers) in Europe. Johan & Nyström Konceptbutik serves out-of-the-world cardamon buns too. The crowd is very international, the ambience is great, too, very chill.
Address: Swedenborgsgatan 7, 118 48 Stockholm, Sweden
Part boutique grocery store, part wine and cheese bar, part restaurant. Urban Deli Nytorget is a lovely place to hang out with friend for coffee, drinks or dinner.
Address: Nytorget 4, 116 40 Stockholm, Sweden
Galettes at Á la Crêpe are huge but also super tasty. It’s a cozy place and great for a date night. Make sure to order some cider with your meal. And don’t forget to leave room for the dessert crêpe
Address: Katarina Bangata 42, 116 39 Stockholm, Sweden
What are your favorite eateries in Stockholm. Let me know in the comments.