I am late in posting this but grateful for any quick Stockholm tips
We're in Stockholm for the week.
Here's what we know we like from past visit:
-- the Lisa Elmqvist chainlet (Djurgarden location Sunday evening was pretty ideal)
-- The Eriks chainlet (best toast skagen ever)
-- the herring stand at Slussen (who knew a herring sandwich could be so good)
-- Nils Oscar and other Swedish microbrew on tap (as opposed to the usual macrobrew, which obvs tastes fine when cold)
Ate at Pelikan tonight, which was fine.
Would love any other tips, as our guidebook (time out) and the web haven't been overly helpful.
-- Primarily interested in "Swedish" food.
-- Other only if it's world-class or otherwise unique. (Like if a given thai place is better than Queens NY or LA; similarly for sushi etc.)
-- We know Stockholm is expensive and are only here for the week. So care less about cost than quality.
-- That said I'd much prefer a great herring sandwich from Nystekt Stromming for $7-8 than a heavily sauced and middling $40 entree.
-- Traveling with two young kids, who can handle restaurants of most classes but more easily at lunch or earlyish dinner.
One specific question -- we're going to do an archipelago excursion -- prob half-dayish as opposed to full dayish -- any notable food we should aim for?
Tak tak for any help!
I don´t know if you are still here but I am in Stockholm and have eaten some lovely meals out! I had a great vegetarian buffet with an amazing view at Herman's in Sodermalm.
AMAZING (and expensive) smorgasbord @ the grand hotel. It was divine!
Also enjoyed http://www.rosendalstradgard.se/secti...
If you plan to see Skansen I recommend Café Blå Porten.
Also the food inside Ostermalm saluhall is supposed to be great (probably going tomorrow)