Typically Swedish

By Local August 2, 2017
Stockholm

Typically Swedish

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By Bram Local August 2, 2017

He hej! I'm looking for a typically Swedish restaurant which is also very affordable and good for our budget ;-) We are a group of 10 persons.
Tack så mycket!
Bram

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Pelikan at Södermalm. Grosshandlarmiddag = Wholesaler’s dinner
https://www.pelikan.se/en/
Very Swedish :)
Have a nice evening!
Local March 9, 2019
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Hej! I would definately recommend paying restaurant Tennstopet a visit. I don't know if you would consider the dishes "very affordable" but their menu is truly Swedish and very good. Located on Dalagatan, close to Odenplan. Enjoy your stay in Stockholm!
Local August 7, 2017
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Hi Bram,

I would look into these places. Not sure what your budget is but hopefully one of them suits you. My absolute favorite for Swedish food is Fem Små Hus but it is more expensive (but so worth it).
- Fem små hus
- Den gyldene freden
- Prinsen
- Komstnärsbaren
Local August 4, 2017
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Hi Bram, My best suggestion in a place called "fem små hus" (five small houses) or "Gyldene Freden" (golden peace). You can also look into "Prinsen" (The prince) or "Konstnärsbaren" (The artistic bar).

Hope this helps!

/Marina
Local August 4, 2017
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Tradition in Old town, Österlånggatan. WWW.restaurangtradition.se/en
Local August 2, 2017
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Hmm, eating out is expensive in Stockholm. But I would recommend restaurang Kvarnen on Tjärhovsgatan on Södermalm. Big and genuine place, nice atmosphere and Swedish food. Call before and book a table since you are such a large group.
Local August 2, 2017
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This place is typically swedish! http://restaurangknut.se/en/ Check out the menu to see if the prices are within your budget. They haven't started serving lunch yet but I think they're open in the evening :)
Local August 2, 2017
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Kvarnen tjärhovsgatan 4, t-bana medborgarplatsen
Local August 2, 2017
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Kvarnen on Medborgarplatsen (the name means windmill?) tjärhovsgatan 4
Local August 2, 2017
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Hi!

Have a look at Pelikan! :)

Kind regards
Mira
Local August 2, 2017
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Hello Bram,

Obviously "very affordable" could mean "anything" but if you look for a quality restaurant serving traditional (home made quality) swedish food (which by all means is rather tricky to find these days as most restaurants are "modern" "internstional" "crossover" etc) you will not meet these criteria at "bargain prices" - i would say maincourses are between 175 and 350 SEK but great choices, restuarants who has served Srockholmers for at least 100 and 60 years respectively look up Tennstopet and Tranan the latter at Odenplan and the former a block away behind the Church. Whilst you are there check the newly opened Stockholm Odenplan commuter train station!
Local August 2, 2017
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Hi Bram,
I would suggest either K17 on Kungsgatan or Ringens köpcentrum on Götgatan. Both are upscale foodcourts where you can find both swedish and other food. Prize for a main course varies between 10-12 euro. No reservations. ringencentrum.se/teatern/

Another nice restaurant, good for large groups and budgets, is Urban Deli. Located in two places in town. Prices vary between 15-28 euro. Have fun!
S
Local August 2, 2017
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I like Tradition in Gamla stan, http://www.restaurangtradition.se/gamla-stan/. Various Swedish dishes. Or Meatballs for the people - a fun concept located in Södermalm. http://www.meatball.se/
Local August 2, 2017
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