This odd-looking place was built as the SAS headquarters but was subsequently converted to the Haga terminal, an area reserved for passengers at Arlanda airport. Now, however, it’s a very trendy restaurant.
rnDon’t be put off by its ugly grey exterior: inside, roaring fires and modern furniture warm the mood. It’s particularly popular for Sunday brunch, so come and collapse comfortably onto a minimalist sofa and tuck into a steak or salad. Once inside, you’ll discover that the view more than makes up for the uninspiring architecture.
rnAs the name suggests, the restaurant enjoys picturesque vistas of the water and greenery of Haga Park. Business lunches fill the place at noon, but these are generally informal and don’t intrude on the relaxed atmosphere.
rnf you to choose to come for lunch, round it off with a brief walk in the park. This restaurant is on the edge of town, so catch a taxi for a hassle-free experience.