Local | Foodies look here – this is the new restaurants in Stockholm you should try

By on May 13, 2016
The whole town is full of foodies. In all cases, according to statistics. Six out of ten locals are eating out more than twice each month. It makes catering to a billion industry, which last year had a turnover of 99 billion. Stockholm Restaurants Burger & Lobster, Carousel and Banana were some of last year’s newly opened restaurants that wanted to participate and share the caketo the delight of visitors. When star restaurateurs, Melker Andersson and Danyel Couet opened the 500-seat big Mother in early 2016 was screwed expectations for a further customers in the restaurant up. And we will probably not be disappointed. Bookatable have listed the new restaurants you should not miss.
Last year had sales of the catering industry, according to SCB, 99 billion and has in the last five years had a growth rate of 15.6 percent. This is an increase that is five times greater than that in the food industry. The causes are believed to be multiple, where the Swedes good economy is one of them. On average, we are 840 crowns on a restaurant visit, which is an increase of 50 SEK in seven years.
A survey by bookatable shows that nearly half of the Swedish population (48 percent) eat out more often than two times a month and 18 percent as often as 1-2 times a week. In Stockholm, the figures are even higher; 22 percent eat out 1-2 times a week and 60 percent more than 2 times a month.

In the spring of 2016, several acclaimed restaurants opened. But no particular trend can not be seen yet:

After peeking at our colleagues at bookatable in England, we predict a trend where more and more restaurants only serve one thing. We have begun to see it a bit easy now with restaurants such as Duck and Crab and Lobster and Burger, but it’s likely that even more niche restaurants come. Meanwhile, there are to say the least many new restaurants to eat through, says Jonas Carlen, Regional Director of bookatable.
Hottest new restaurants

Food Village, Hammarby Sjöstad

A meeting place that accommodates a restaurant, a coffee shop and a grocery store with a food hall atmosphere, all under one roof.

A House Bouillon, Östermalm

The man behind Esperanto and last year’s Nobel Dinner, Sayan Isaksson, investing in broth in the old School of Architecture‘s premises. On the menu, there are several broths to choose from, made with different techniques and materials. Accessories-wise, there will be all from beef brisket to seaweeds and poached eggs.

The Market, Scandic Continental, City

The Market is a bustling food market for those who want to enjoy a healthy and tasty meal. Whether they are marinated, fresh, spicy and colorful – the vegetables are always at the center.

Agrikultur, Vasastan

A small restaurant that focuses on sustainability and food from selected Swedish farms.

The theater, Södermalm

At Ringens shopping center interpreted fast food by famous chefs such as Fävikens Magnus Nilsson, Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman from Adam & Albin and Marco Baudone from Kornhamnstorg No.53.

Duck & Crab, Östermalm

As the name implies is the duck and crab that controls the menu of Duck & Crab, the trendy American-inspired pub on Östermalm there you are enjoying the food at long tables.

Opening soon

Portal, Vasastan

Klas Lindberg, Chef of the Year in 2012, opens his new restaurant in Vasastan in August.

Eatery Social Taqueria, Skanstull

Marcus Samuelsson new is described as a “hipstertacorestaurang” and opens its doors in June at the Clarion Hotel. Where it is going to offer tortillas, long tables, outdoor dining, fun beers and, not least, tequila.

Paul’s, City

Haymarket by Scandic, on the site where once stood PUB, will restaurant Paul’s and the bar American to be. Preliminary premiere in May.

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