Lasse I Parken
This is an odd little place: a wooden house dating from the 18th century on the edge of Södermalm, close to Långholmen, surrounded by trees and greenery and with its own outdoor stage. In the summertime, they put on little shows, concerts or just screen a sporting event.
On a sunny summer’s afternoon, Lasse is the perfect spot for a lovely afternoon tea with traditional fruit pies, served with lashings of cream or vanilla sauce, or thick cheese sandwiches and other snacks. However, they also have a hot menu with dishes such as pike-perch with horseradish or an entrecote with fries.
Being outdoors, with plastic furniture, it’s a good place to come with children or pets. Stockholmers regard it fondly, as you would an elderly relative who hasn’t really kept up with the times, but is, nonetheless, jolly good fun on occasion.