selected by stockholm design week – eating out Eating out
Birger Jarlsgatan 112, eochg.se
In recent years, a number of local restaurants
serving good food and amazing wines have
sprung up all over the city. E&G, a long way
up Birger Jarlsgatan, has a tempting range of
rustic dishes that are good for sharing, plus
a wine list with a focus on the German wine
regions. Sensum in Vasastan and Voisine
in Södermalm also deserve an honorable
mention in this context.
Stadsgårdshamnen 22, fotografiska.com
Fotografiska // Paul Svensson.
Culinary creator and climate campaigner
Photo: Johan Ståhlberg.
Paul Svensson’s internationally renowned
and multi-award-winning restaurant in
Fotografiska offers an innovative vegetarian
menu of organic, locally grown seasonal
produce, with meat, poultry and fish as
optional extras. The great view of the sea
approach to Stockholm is a bonus.
24 Misshumasshu // Photo:
Birger Jarlpassagen, misshumasshu.se
Stockholm meets Tokyo in an energetic
mishmash of restaurant and bar, local
and global, Asian and Nordic. The menu
features dishes and cocktails with a Japanese
influence. Extra marks for the buzz that spills
out onto Birger Jarlspassagen and the clash
between Misshumasshu’s austere wooden
design and Birger Jarlspassagen’s sumptuous
fin de siècle interior.
NK, Hamngatan 18–20, nk.se/stockholm
Italian aperitivo culture has inspired the
newly opened Positano on NK’s menswear
floor. The trio behind this new venture are
also responsible for the acclaimed Tjoget in
Hornstull. Grab something quick or stay for a
while. Maybe, as the founders suggest, with an
afternoon cocktail? The menu features Italian
coffee, pastries, pasta dishes and salads.