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The Best Restaurants in Sweden

In the last decade or so, Swedish cuisine has undergone a radical transformation, with young chefs at popular restaurants embracing seasonal ingredients that are local, organic, and sustainable at popular restaurants, alongside food halls and cafés serving traditional dishes and pastries.
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The name translates as "Back Pocket," an apt description for this one-room restaurant tucked into the side of the Royal Opera House. The tiled room is decorated with opera memorabilia, and sometimes you’ll find yourself dining next to...
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Norr Mälarstrand 64, 112 35 Stockholm, Sweden
Swedish summer is usually an idyllic time. Days are long and hot, nights are short and warm. Most Swedes take the whole of July as vacation, and many Stockholmers leave the city for their country houses or boats. Those who remain enjoy...
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Stureplan 2, 114 35 Stockholm, Sweden
Sturehof manages to be many things to many people. It’s open every day of the week and almost every day of the year, from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. You can come for an after-work drink in the fresh air at the outside bar at the front, or a late...
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Rådmansgatan 16, 114 25 Stockholm, Sweden
Modern Swedish food using locally produced ingredientsand emphasizingsimple, unfussy dishes is all the rage in Stockholm—and few places can beat this 50-seat restaurant opened by Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman in 2016. The pair previously worked...
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FÄVIKEN 216, 830 05 Järpen, Sweden
For the ultimate in locavore, freshly foraged Nordic food, head north to the wilderness region of Jämtland.Although it's in the middle of nowhere—roughly seven hours north from Stockholm, in the most sparsely populated part of mainland Sweden—chef...
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Diligensvägen 21, 273 92 Skåne Tranås, Sweden
Daniel Berlin and his eponymous restaurant have won high praise from food experts: The Independent newspaper described him as “the natural heir to René Redzepi,” while to Bon Appétit magazine he is “the next big chef from Sweden.” Food enthusiasts...