210:- SEK Per person + Drinks + Coat-check
Available: Saturday and Sunday, 12:00-14:00 and 14:30-16:00
Address: Tjärhovsgatan 4, 116 21 Stockholm
Phone Number: 08-643 03 80
Reservations: By phone only.
- Västerbotton Pie!
- Lots of seating, and 2 seatings
- Reservations suggested, but not required.
- Central location on Södermalm, just next to Medborgarplatsen
- Extremely LAME! mandatory coat-check at an additional 20:- SEK.
- Have to ask for water/drinks, no station setup.
305:- SEK (Saturday) or 325:- SEK (Sunday) per person
Available:Saturdays @ 13:00, Sundays @ 12:00 or 14:15
- Classic American brunch with a touch Scandinavian flavors
- DIY mini burgers
- Smoothies! and other non-alcoholic drinks are included
- Live jazz band on sundays
- Kids under 10 eat for half price. Kids in baby chairs eat for free.
- Extra bonus: Black silky toilet paper!
- Have to book at least a week, sometimes 2 in advance
- Very expensive
- Brunch is in shifts, so the queues to the buffet can get very long.
Price varies: 144 – 155:- SEK per person for brunch dishes
Available: Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Address: Karlavägen 75, 114 49 Stockholm
Phone Number: 08-660 09 96
Website: Brunch @ Café Foam
Email Address: [email protected]
Reservations: not available
Last Review Date: August 14, 2011
- Decadent pancakes with piles of fresh fruit
- Large servings. Share with a friend.
- Brunch dishes include a latte or freshly squeezed orange juice
- Really good coffee
- Free wifi! Password = maofcoffee
- Trendy decor and central location in Östermalm
- Not a brunch buffet
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I tried and tried and tried to find a place to enjoy brunch last Sunday. Unfortunately most restaurants in Stockholm either shut down completely during the summer, or they stop serving brunch. Crazy considering summer is prime time for tourism.
Inspired by them, here’s my list of Brunch restaurants that are open this summer! (as well as a list of places that are closed, with re-opening dates) Read the rest of this entry »
245:- SEK Per Person
Available: Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00am till 1:00pm
Address: Klockstapelsbacken 3, 116 41, Stockholm
Phone Number: 08-642 9900
Website: Brunch @ Fåfängan
Email Address: [email protected]
Reservations: Online bookings or phone
Last Review Date: July 17, 2011
- Gluten free
- Wide and extensive selection of traditional and non-traditional brunch foods
- Quite possibly the best view in Stockholm?
- Guaranteed seats (over 300) during nice weather with lots of space for kids to run around
- No more meatballs.
- Indoors bookable only by online reservations or phone
- Only one sitting
- Not the easiest place to get to
- Disappointing desserts
- The birds! (If you’re outside)
Groupon finally released their iPhone app to the Swedish market earlier this week. And as I’ve bought brunch specials from them before, it got me thinking… What other iPhone (and Android) apps are there that are handy for someone that likes brunch (and lunch and dinner and bars and cafés)?
Well, here is a list of our top 5 used apps to help us discover brunches, and cities better. Do you agree? Do you disagree? Let us know below!
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275:- SEK Per Person (13 – 100 yo)
- Close to Fruängen metro, in Långbroparken; a nice getaway from the city
- Very cosy and homely inside
- Excellent layout and presentation of food with a very wide selection
- Family friendly, with tiered prices for kids depending on age (1-2 yo: 45 sek; 3-6 yo: 95 sek; 7-12 yo: 175 sek)
- Probably one of the best kept secret brunches in Stockholm
- Closes for summer
- Brunch is only served inside
99:- SEK (Monday – Friday) or 168:- SEK (Saturday) per person
Available: Monday – Friday 11:00-15:00 and Saturdays between 11:00 – 16:00
Address: Hamngatan 6, 111 47 Stockholm
Phone Number: 08-611 40 95
Website: Lebanon Meza Lounge
Reservations: By phone or email
- Amazing lebanese food, great for vegetarians
- Its cheap!
- Very cozy decor
- Reservations generally not needed for lunch
- Central location in the heart of Stockholm
- During summer weekdays, you can watch the changing of the guard from the terrace
- Website not entirely up-to-date
Let’s get one thing straight from the start. I’m not Swedish, I just happen to live in Stockholm. I’m from Finland. My boyfriend is from Australia. Midsummer is part of my culture and my boy friend has embraced it with open arms.
Having said that, we don’t spend midsummer dancing around a maypole pretending to be small frogs. We’ve got our own traditions that involve Champagne and BBQ. No sill allowed!