Considered one of the city's institutions, Vete-Katten is a 1920s-style café with a wide range of offerings, including self-serve lunches, tasty pastries, snacks, coffee, and traditional afternoon tea. Renowned for their commitment to quality, Vete-Katten takes baking very seriously. Every item is meticulously crafted "from scratch" in the maze of baking corridors situated behind the…
A charming café in a secluded and leafy setting with a large and very popular selection of baked goods. The castle-like building is located along the pedestrian path on Djurgården, and it’s a splendid place for lunch or a coffee break between visits to Skansen, the Vasa Museum, and other nearby attractions.
Occupying the same address since 1920, Tössebageriet is well-known as one of Stockholm’s most historic classic bake shops. Take a lunch break with a sandwich made from homemade bread in the cosy bake shop atmosphere, or enjoy a pastry if you’re able to choose from among their tempting creations. The Lenten cream buns make the…
Drop Coffee is a small, independent coffee roastery offering alongside their specialty coffees, a delectable array of sandwiches and pastries. The venue boasts a charming terrace, allowing patrons to enjoy their treats in the open air. There's also a shop on-site, providing visitors with the opportunity to take home their favorite coffee beans.
Named after the Rock’n Roll song, Louie Louie features music on stage, for sale, and in the rockabilly decor. The café attracts a younger SoFo crowd with sandwiches, pastries, and coffee at reasonable prices.
The décor of Gildas Rum is stylishly kitschy, with muted red and gold tones. The bookshelf pattern on the wallpaper and the comfy armchairs lend the feeling of an old-fashioned reading room. The selection of home-baked goodies is popular, as well as the fresh lunch menu. Situated in the Bohemian SoFo neighbourhood, Gildas Rum is…
During the colder seasons, indulging in afternoon tea has become a prominent trend in Stockholm. For an exceptional experience, look no further than Chaikhana, a tea house nestled in the historic Old Town. Here, you can enjoy a variety of first-class teas sourced from different corners of the globe, accompanied by high-class savouries and pastries…
Kafé 44 is an anarchist bookstore, concert venue and café all in one. It is located in the buzzing Katarina neighbourhood in Södermalm and offers affordable vegan cuisine in their Dagfiket café. At Scen44, they organise concerts twice a week – with no limits in genre or age. If you want to read or buy…
Chokladkoppen is a cosy little café at idyllic Stortorget Square, not far from the Royal Palace in the medieval Old Town, serving exquisite sandwiches and pastries. During the summer, there's a popular alfresco area.
Rosendals Garden Café
Rosendals Trädgård is one of Stockholm’s true gems. The garden café is located in a fantastic setting on the picturesque Djurgården island and offers salads, soups, sandwiches and pastries. Produce from the garden is used in season, and the pastries come from the restaurant’s own bakery. Many Stockholmers make the pilgrimage to Rosendal on sunny…
At Petite France, you’ll find an abundance of French specialities: genuine croissants, brioches, and several types of pastries. They offer lovely breakfast specials and affordable lunches — all high quality and with a French touch.