Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Stockholm

Restaurant Niklas
Restaurant Niklas serves up dishes that blend international influences and high-quality Swedish ingredients from acclaimed chef, Niklas Ekstedt.
Tranan
Sturehof
Hotellet
Fåfängan
Hilltop cafe overlooking Södermalm that's a great spot for brunch or sunset drinks.
Fyra Knop
With its extremely honest décor and food, this creperie doesn't aim too high in what it offers, that being very good in itself. Easy to get to, there's no good reason to miss this out despite its lack of grandeur.
Eriks Bakficka
Maintaining true Swedish roots amongst the flourishing trends of the area, the traditional home-cooking is even more thrilling in the knowledge that it's a local well kept secret.
Edsbacka Krog
Devote an entire evening to appreciating the country comfort and renowned culinary excellence of the chef, in the restaurant's relaxing and wholly unpretentious setting.
Den Gyldene Freden
This is one of the most historic restaurants in town, known for its beautiful, ancient interiors and fine food. If you don't fancy a full meal here, there's a tiny little bar at which you can have a glass of wine and soak up the 18th century atmosphe
Bakfickan
A hidden gem offering a relaxed atmosphere and excellent Swedish food. A very popular business lunch spot during the week, it's also also one of the best places to get a late-evening meal.
Lux
The culinary brains behind this restaurant have come up trumps with the concept of shopping for your pudding in the beautiful, picture-book style cake shop next door - isn't it obvious that all restaurants should have their shop so that you can tak

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