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Sitting pretty on the ground-floor of the Elite Hotel Stockholm Plaza, and having featured in the Gourmet magazine, this classy joint sees patrons from the cream of society sashaying in for a pleasant meal, before heading over to the adjoining nightclub. The restaurant prides itself on its Oxtail Tortellini topped with creamy Mascarpone cheese, while patrons have other selections to rave about. Start with the hearty Melon Soup, served with chunks of Serrano ham; followed up with a crispy-fried herring in a thick potato purée. A main course of Duck Terrine and a sherry-drenched truffle polenta vies with the equally competent char in lobster juice. Leafy garnishes add the health factor to the dishes, only to be nullified by the sinful desserts and sorbets. Seasonal menus feature local specialties of sausages and puddings; make sure you get a bite of those!
Like an oasis in the middle of the city, between the bustling streets of Malmskillnadsgatan och Regeringsgatan, Glenn Miller Café has been a haven for jazz lovers ever since. Without changing the style or altering the decor, this place has managed to stay popular for generations. On certain nights, live jazz is played by high brow bands. Mostly, jazz lovers bring their own favorite jazz records to play on vinyl, of course. They would consider CD-players an insult. The venue is very small but extremely pleasant. The walls are covered with jazz photos and instruments. The food is mainly American. On the menu are burgers and steaks, but also more original and innovative crossover style meals.
This restaurant is located just a stones throw away from Stureplan. Each dish costs the same and the servings are quite small. One dish is enough for an appetizer, two can serve as a main course and, if you are really hungry, one can order three dishes. The menu consists mainly of seafood. The establishment also has a pleasant bar for those who want to chill out a bit before hitting the clubs.
In Stureplan, the hot spot that also hosts Leroy and Spybar, The Lab is a great alternative to the more posh destinations nearby. Populated, like the rest of Sweden, with beautiful people, one doesn't have to dress to the nines to gain admission (but no athletic shoes, of course). Locals who hang out there are friendly and open to conversation with the wandering traveller.
This is the restaurant that has it all: great food, great location, great atmosphere. Visitors get a taste of the best of Chinese cuisine right here in Stockholm. Come here during the summer and you can sit outdoors in the middle of town. The lovely crossover food takes its inspiration from the Mediterranean.
Well-known for its excellent bar, East is always very crowded, especially on weekends. The décor is clean and simple. Choose from the eclectic range of smaller dishes in a special menu. Must try the sushi.
Melker Andersson is the super-chef behind this innovative bar and restaurant. The menu is unique, and sure to satisfy a variety of tastes. Every course has one dominant flavor, such as lime, pepper or vanilla. In the evening, Restaurangen transforms into a crowded bar, and things get spiced up every weekend, when it becomes a rocking nightclub.
Like an unexplored castle with flights of stairs leading to strange rooms and floors, Sturehof has 'Adventure' written all over it. Three floors offer three different bars and atmospheres. The most crowded and best known of them is the O-bar on the top floor, which is slightly noisy but full of charm. The music differs between the floors and the rooms, so go and explore to find your favorite. The wine-list offers a delicious assortment of European wines, and the restaurant itself specializes in seafood dishes. If you're a night owl, this is the place for you, as they keep their kitchen open till 1a.