Stockholm #4: Where & what to eat


Chalkboard-Stockholm by madame loveBREAKFAST:

Claretti Tastesheriff and myself, we arrived very early in Stockholm on Friday morning, so the first thing we wanted to do, was to have breakfast.
We went to the lovely bakery Vete-Katten (wheat-cat) and had a coffee and a lovely Swedish cake.

black cat in Stockholm

Lovely_Swedish_Pastry_by_madamelove

The bakeries were full with Semla, when we were there, a traditional Swedish pastry, made out of a wheat flour bun seasoned with cardamom, filled with almond paste and whipped cream. You can find a recipe on the gorgeous Swedish food blog Call me cupcake!

semla by madame love

Vete-Katter
Kungsgatan 55, Stockholm

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday 07:30 to 19:30
Saturday 9:30 to 17:00
Sunday & Holiday 12:00 to 17:00

LUNCH:

On the last day of our trip, we visited the Nytorget Urban Deli for lunch with Ricarda 23qm still Clara Tastesheriff, Kathrin Happy home blog and Judith Joelix.
Urban Deli, is a beautiful little restaurant located in an organic supermarket and beautifully decorated with bare light bulbs and yellow tolix high-chairs. The place is located in the trendy area of Södermalm and you can also go there for breakfast and dinner.

tolix chairs at urban-deli

Lamp at Urban Deli

Cold and grey in Stockholm - Where to eat by madame love

Card at Urban Deli

Lamps inside-urban-deli-by-madame-love

Where to eat in Stockholm by madame love-Nytorget Urban Deli

 

Nytorget Urban Deli
Nytorget 4, Stockholm
Opening hours:
Sunday to Tuesday 08:00 to 23:00
Wednesday to Thursday 08-24:00
Friday – Saturday 08:00 to 01:00

DINNER:

We had three evenings in Stockholm, so three opportunities to try nice restaurants. Stockholm is not exactly cheap, but we had good food and always extraordinary bread to go with it.
Here are the addresses of this three places, that I can all recommend, because of the food quality, ambiance, decoration and service. If you want to go to one of those great place, it is always wise to book in advance.

Cloud nine is a strange combination of French food and Sim Sum bistro
Torsgatan 1, Stockholm

Boqueria is an excellent tapas place, which was recommended by our hotel, the decoration is lovely.
Galleria Mood
Jacobsbergsgatan 17, Stockholm

Scandic Grand Central – Restaurand Teaterbrasseriet – The restaurant attached to the Scandic Hotel is really fantastic. You can also eat some Köttbullar, the traditional Swedish meat balls.
Kungsgatan 70, Stockholm

OTHER FOOD RELATED PLACE:

if you go to Stockholm, you should definitely pay a visit to the Östermalms Saluhall – It’s a beautiful covered market, where you can find all sorts of food.

Saluhall-by-madamelove

Moos at Saluhall in stockholm

cakes at Saluhall by madame love

I hope you got a little inspired by this post and not too hungry!
Speak to you soon
xxx

Elodie

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2 thoughts on “Stockholm #4: Where & what to eat

  1. Hey Judith! I didn’t taste the Semla either. They looked a bit too creamy to me. Now I know what is in it, I regret it though. We need to go back to Sweden!
    Bisous
    Elodie

  2. Hmmm everything tasted sooooo good in Stockholm… My favorites were the kanelbullar (and toffees at Pärlans), but I truly regret not having tried Semla… Did you? And did you like them? Beautiful pictures too! Bisous!

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