This always-busy restaurant serves sushi, sashimi and other Japanese, Vietnamese and Korean dishes. It caters in large part to the people who go out to the bars and clubs around Stureplan, the square that marks the heart of Stockholm nightlife. Its location means that it’s a popular place for people to meet up at the start of the evening, grab some food midway through a night out, or pop into for one last drink from the sake menu.
The restaurant may close at 1am but the bar stays open until 3am every night of the week and there’s usually a DJ playing. The sound, the lighting, the décor and the crowd are all very cool, but despite this the food is reasonably priced and good quality.