Really great traditional Swedish food at a decent Stockholm price. The setting of the restaurant is really cosy. Staff are nice and will speak English if you can’t speak Swedish.
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We walked in as it was full and it had cozy atmosphere. The menu is traditional Swedish. Service friendly and quick. Portions large. Very good prices, cheapest meal we had in Stockholm so far. My fried herringg with mash and delicious sauce only 120 sek!
Really good food, i tried the fish and vegetables as side dish and it was very taste, i liked so much the rusty vegetables. The local and cheaper beer is fantastic. Nice late lunch.
I ended up here after nearby Akkurate was too crowded to get into and as it turned out. this was serendipity. They have a very good beer and liquor selection, excellent service and a really extensive menu (something i found hard to find at times...More
We were surprised to find this restaurant is frequented primarily by locals. We had a nice local IPA and a glass of montepulciano, together with the char and veal steak. Everything was delicious. We had to wait 30 minutes to be seated, as we didn’t...More
We enjoyed 4 types of pickled herring for starter then mains of salmon and chicken schnitzel with anchovy butter. Sides of roast beetroot and roast potatoes were enjoyed. House brewed beer and 15 flavours of schnapps complement the local food. Easy access to the town...More
We struggled to find a restaurant with "reasonable" prices, particularly for wine in Stockholm. Bla Dorren fit the bill and we were happy with our food choices, comfortable seating outside on the patio, and great service.
Located at the outskirts of town, right near Gamla Stan, this restaurant/pub was built in the 1600's. Good food, homemade (I believe, see pic) alcohol shots, nice local vibe. Relaxed and fun, great for families too.