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Dating back to 1807, the Taxinge-Näsby Castle of Sweden is most famous for being the filming location for the classic Ingmar Bergman movie Cries and Whispers. Today it is a popular tourist attraction with visitors flocking to its scenic lakeside setting to get a taste of Europe's largest cake buffet. The castle's small cafe is open all around the year and offers one a kind sweet treat with more than 60 varieties of cakes prepared which include sugar-free, dairy-free and gluten-free preparations to satisfy all taste buds. Coffee, sandwiches and home made bread is offered as well. The castle is also available to be rented out for private functions such as weddings, parties and conferences and hosts regular exhibitions as well. A must visit if you have a sweet tooth!
Brostugan is a local cafe cum restaurant serving authentic Swedish delicacies. Deep rooted in history, the restaurant dates back to 1776. The timbered structure comprises of a tiled rooftop, columned pillars, and a framework at the entrance resembling the one at a Royal House. The menu here is a mix of grills, sandwiches, salads and hot dishes. Top your meal with a bottle of wine or beer. For desserts, try the muffin with seasonal berries, the raspberry waffles or the Citron cheescake. In 1991, it was registered as a heritage site by UNESCO. Diners can also enjoy a game of mini golf in the outdoor patio of the park or rent a boat for a ride in nearby river.
Sjöpaviljongen (the Sea Pavilion) is located just outside the city of Stockholm, in Alvik. In fact, it is a pavilion actually built on the water! The menu is mainly Swedish, with dishes like herring, salmon, halibut, whitefish roe, and elk.
The restaurant is situated on one of the most populated residential islands in the country. Sitting at a table within this charming, historic building, patrons are treated to some awesome views of the waterfront. Its delicious concoctions of contemporary Swiss food have earned it a star in the Guide Michelin, in addition to glowing recommendations from regular diners and first-timers alike. Dig into fresh, leafy salads, slurp your way through hot soups and savor the delicious fish, chicken, lamb and pork entrees, before moving on to a calorie-laden dessert. Ice-creams, chunky pieces of chocolate, sodas, lager and sorbets are on offer too, and the seasonal list gets pepped up in summer, with a special tasting menu coming to the fore. Don t forget to grab a few lumps of cheese on your way out.
Mattina is a café on two floors located on Lilla Essingen—a part of town said to be the country's most densely populated island. Sitting at the lower level gives one an interesting view because you are then "beneath" the bridge leading over the water to Kungsholmen. Café Mattina's greatest draw is its early opening hours, which means many of the locals can have their breakfast here before going to work.
It's easy to pass this restaurant and not notice it. The quality and quantity of food makes this a good dining place. The menu offers a great variety of Chinese dishes.
A combination of a bistro, theater, and bar, Bistro Barbro offers one of the most unique dining experiences in Stockholm. This bistro's menu is mostly Asian cuisine with a Western twist. The interior is simple, modern and comfortable.
This is a sushi restaurant, located in a very accessible area in Stockholm, and which offers great food at moderate prices. The contemporary décor and cordial service are other welcoming factors. Helen s allows takeaways too. Make this your very own gastronomic hideout in Sweden.
Björk, which means "birch" in Swedish is a bar and grill located in the Courtyard by Marriott Stockholm. The restaurant is decorated in just that, soft birch wood and lots of red give the bar and the dining room a warm, comfortable atmosphere. As for the sustenance, what Björk serves up is inspired by traditional Swedish cuisine, ingredients and techniques, but with a modern global fusion twist.
Come winter and there is a pianist here on Fridays and Saturdays, so find your way to this bar in the Scandic Park Hotel, and enjoy "As Time Goes By" and other smooth evergreens. Bring your date with you, sink down into the classic lounge armchairs, check out the super-cool close-fitted carpet in a leopard pattern and listen to the international chorus of voices—French, Italian, Japanese, etc.
The restaurant couldn't have a better name; Chakula means "food" in Swahili. Partake of delicious African cuisine: an African Passion cocktail with hot samosas for starters and grilled red snapper in a spicy sauce with Cape Malay Curry for mains, among other, equally mouth-watering options. A fruit pudding with a steaming mug of cappuccino adds the finishing touch. While the food entices the taste-buds and fills the belly, the prices don't burn too big a hole in the wallet. It's no wonder the joint is favored by one and all!
Hemma hos Julia is best known for their homemade, fresh cheese. This started as an experiment at someone's home, in the bathtub. Nowadays, the cheese is sold in lovely little boxes in several delis all over town, as well as at this café. Julia serves light meals, such as salads, sandwiches, soups, and sweet delights like brownies and carrot cake, to go with your coffee. There are wooden tables and chairs, and the place seems very welcoming.