Although similar in many ways to its sister restaurant next door, this little bistro aims at something more sophisticated, concentrating primarily on French food with a Swedish twist. Book beforehand, especially at weekends, for those cosy dinner dates by candlelight.
rnThis is one of the few restaurants in Gamla Stan where you will avoid hordes of tourists and the dreaded red-checked tablecloths. Don’t be put off by the English menu catering for tourists: this is primarily a local spot.
rnBeware of the enormous portions – ask for a fillet of char and you’ll find yourself ploughing through most of the fish.
rnHaving said this, the food is deliciously indulgent and won’t disappoint Francophiles. As with Grill Ruby, there is a Saturday brunch – bloody Marys and eggs Benedict on a warm summer afternoon in Gamla Stan are without parallel elsewhere in Stockholm.