The cocktail list in this predominantly white bar/brasserie attracts the Östermalm 20-somethings in their hundreds. The brasserie is partly sectioned off from the drinking side of things and, although it serves high-quality steak frîtes, it is left in the shade when compared with the creations lighting up next door.
With blazers and chinos aplenty, crowds fall on Godot for this sole reason, which poses a problem to nearby new openers such as Hotellet (also in Bars section) whose standards, although high, will be hard-pushed to steal the prized reputation of its neighbouring competitor. Such status is achieved, it seems, in the joys of a list so long that it is impossible to improve on any concoction with your own unique additions.
In a town where the bar staff can make most drinks to order, cocktail lists this spectacular are a novelty. The choices range from modern variations on old favourites (five different Bloody Marys) to the frankly bizarre. The common denominator is the skill and ease with which all the drinks are mixed.