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Fact: It’s easy to go green! Vegetarian restaurants are no longer difficult to find in Stockholm. Actually the diversity of vegetarian cuisines available in the Swedish capital is growing steadily. Vegan cafes and restaurants are also becoming more popular as the new Nordic menu embraces both an environmental consciousness and current health trends. From Chef Mathias Dahlgren’s Michelin-starred, gourmet restaurant to quick and filling fast lunch places in the city center, here are 12 reasons to eat vegetarian and vegan.
Fast green food with heart and soul? Get your plant-based burger, quesadilla, sloppy joe and kebab fix at this little place on the northern bank of Lake Mälaren in Kungsholmen.
Hands down, no debate: this is the best falafel in all of greater Stockholm. Delightfully fast service, super yummy fresh food and massive portions, too. Located in Stockholm’s trendy Södermalm, Falafelbaren is a firm favourite with locals lining up for their fix. And the restaurant’s statement that it stays open until 7pm on weekdays – or until it runs out of falafel – tells you all you need to know about this place’s popularity. Grab a baklava square or a couple of sultanas for an after-falafel treat!
For salads and poke bowls with enough variation you may never eat the same lunch twice, head to LETT. Raw food, delicious combinations, nutritious to the last bite. Also light and filling enough that you might skip that late afternoon energy dip. This location across from Mood Gallerian in Hötorget doesn’t have a market but you can still order online for pickup. Call ahead and ask what its delivery options are if you really can’t get away from your workspace. It’s second location is on Sveavägen 23, firstname.lastname@example.org
Raw salads, hearty soups, a variety of sandwiches and vegetable stews, with a bright and color-rich decor, this bistro serves food all day into the evening. The owners, who are sisters, picked a great central spot, right inside the large department store Åhlens City.
The most important ingredient in this kitchen is love. The staff at Hermitage are renowned for being attentive and kind to guests, and they are prepared to accommodate your dietary requirements.
This is the home of 100% raw-food interpretations of the traditional Swedish food “Husmankost”. Matapoteket also serves raw-food tapas between 5pm–7pm. The food isn’t the only factor; decor, atmosphere and the neighbourhood all add to its charm. Vegan or not, one should definitely get acquainted with the raw-food culinary world through Matapoteket.
Radisson was awarded the best hotel chain in 2018. And now, it serves Stockholm’s first vegan brunch. Are you ready for coconut bacon and vegan cheese? Head on over to Hagaparken and experience this “Plant Powered Sunday Brunch”. Sunday brunch is served from 12–4pm. Price is 395 kr per person, kids 6–12 years 195 kr and children under six eat free.
This new, 100% vegetarian concept restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Mathias Dahlgren is next door to the Grand Hotel. Enjoy a master chef’s vision of earth-friendly cuisine in a relaxed and vibrant atmosphere. Fine dining at its greenest. Remember to book a table!