You generally eat well in Stockholm, but plan your visit, because places at the best restaurants are in high demand. The sooner, the easier. This applies, for example, to Brasserie Astoria, which is located in an old disused cinema and where Björn Frantzen, the city's only 3-star Michelin chef, prepares French and Italian bistro food. High quality - also for lunch, where you can sit outside - smart if you have dogs with you.
On an extended weekend, you can reach quite a few restaurants. There are a number of old classic places such as Restaurant Riche on Birger Jarlsgatan, which is sought after for lunch, and if it is impossible to get a seat, try the sister restaurant Riche Fenix on Söder, which is a little easier to get a table. The kitchen has many Swedish favorites such as köttbullar. In season, the oysters are really good.Chez Jolie is another favourite. High-quality French-inspired bistro cuisine.
On this trip, we got a table at Soho House in Majorsgatan, which is set up in an old church, and in the Italian restaurant, the company's 8 people of different ages and genders got terrific service and really excellent antipasti and other sharing dishes. Drinks afterwards in the church room with beautiful deep sofas, a skilled DJ and the special design mix that Soho House is famous for.