There’s nothing quite like the novelty of having brunch on a classic ship whilst touring the archipelago. The S/S Stockholm sails for three hours, setting off at noon on Saturday’s and Sunday’s for brunch. The menu takes the form of a vast buffet: international classic dishes such as croissants alongside Swedish favourites such as herrings and salmon. They have large, relaxing lounges, a grand dining room, as well as a deck where you can enjoy the amazing views.
Kajplats 16, Strandvägen 8, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 8 120 040 00
Located in the trendy, fashionable area of Östermalm, Nybrogatan 38 is a favourite of the city’s youth. A cozy restaurant with charming decor and picturesque seating both inside and outside, it has a reputation for being aesthetic and quirky. The brunch is renowned, with several popular items on offer as well as some unusual delicacies. Expect dishes along the lines of Egg Royal, lobster club sandwiches, and their interesting bookmaker toast.
Nybrogatan 38, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 8 662 33 22
This charming little farm in Stockholm offers a hearty brunch cooked by the culinary wonder Alexander Nilsson. Housed in a comfortable, roomy barn, it offers healthy, farm-grown food. From large chunks of melons to freshly-baked bread, there’s everything you could desire for a hearty and filling brunch. There’s also a special buffet for children, including pancakes with jam and whipped cream. It’s the perfect family-friendly outing in a rustic setting.
139 90 Värmdö, Sweden, +46 8 562 801 20
Arizona is one of Stockholm’s few Mexican restaurants, and aims to provide the spiciest and tastiest food in the city. This it delivers with a bang. Their brunch, however, has more of a Swedish traditional style, including chorizo, Caesar salad, and marmalade.
Karlbergsvägen 70, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 8 32 27 37