With three locations in the city, Chokladfabriken (The Chocolate Factory) has made its mark with Stockholm’s chocolate-lovers. Serving everything from hot chocolate to chocolate cake to intricate small bites of chocolate, this spot is considered the go-to place by Stockholm’s chocolate connoisseurs.
Betsy Sandberg Choklad
Going strong since 1926, this high-end chocolatier is a family-owned enterprise where everything is made on premises. Many of the old recipes are still in production (including those that have attracted royalty for nearly 100 years) with exciting new flavours added into the mix.
Award-winning Handgjort (handmade) makes everything from sublime pralines to wedding cakes to desserts for the famed Nobel Dinner. This makes its slightly off-the-beaten-track location worth the trek.
If it’s ecological chocolate you’re looking for, Pralinhuset (Pralin House) is the place for you. With flavours like chilli, saffron, and wasabi in the mix, this place is where to go to discover the unusual. Owners Mieneke and Günter Bea also cater to those with allergies.
NK (Nordiska Kompaniet) is Stockholm’s premier department store and its in-house chocolatier is known for its signature mint chocolates as well as more than 70 other varieties, including lime and champagne.
Appointed the Royal House Warrant in chocolate, Ejes Choklad has been in operation since 1923. All the chocolate here is made on premises, with no preservatives or additives. The company takes pride in using only the finest ingredients.