A nice relaxed place just a short walk up hill north of the city centre. There’s a huge mirror on one wall which makes it look twice the size, two large windows looking onto a park and a small number of tables. There are also stools at the bar and a high top table by the door, which was occupied by a romantic couple when I was there. There also seems to be a cellar room downstairs.
I really liked this place, partly because of the welcoming and cosy atmosphere but also because it serves mainly Swedish beers and food. There are four hand pumps (all with Gotland beers when I visited) and fifty or more bottles. The service was very good, as was the food. I had a moose burger with mashed potatoes, lingonberries and picked cucumber together with a complimentary bottle of water, bread and herb butter.
(Visited 1 March 2013).
Very nice place for people who want to taste Swedish beer and Swedish food. They have around 50-60 beers from mostly micro-breweries in Sweden. Seemed to be missing Oppigårds otherwise had a lot of good stuff and friendly staff.
Prices are a lot more reasonable than other beerplaces, the most expensive beer cost around 80 sek. A solid nice micro-beer with not so high alcohol content might cost around 60 sek which is very good in a Swedish pub.
After working in Linköping and on my way to a northbound flight from Arlanda, I had time for some drinking hours in Stockholm. I was glad to fine this place open for lunch. The atmosphere has got some resemblance to Plan B in Copenhagen – it’s cosy, domestic, inviting, unpretentious and, most of all, relaxing. The beer menu has got about 50 Swedish bottle beers on offer and four on tap. Most of the bottles are from Swedish micros, some of them hard to find. Among others, I found a 1998 vintage Kloster bottle from Slottskällan. My smoked turkey salad with pasta, pesto and tomatoes had a delicious fresh taste. An extra score for the cool blues-jazz music. Service, on the other hand, has room for improvements. My table was not cleaned, and some of the girls made an indifferent impression. On my next stop, Monks Café in Sveavägen, the service was outstanding (visited, 03.09.2009).
Selection of about 60 Swedish beers. I was pretty impressed with the beer selection and found a couple interesting beers here not found elsewhere. I was also delighted with the staff, who treated me really kindly. I also ate lunch here two days in a row. I found the food to be unique, home cooked, hot and reasonably priced (only 70 Kroners for a great lunch, about $ 12.00.) They also offered free bread and coffee. Overall, I can really recommend a stop here, or two.
A cozy small place, looks like a really cozy place to eat, though I was only in the bar a late night. I was very disappointed in the beer selection - only 1 new rating for me - Spendrups Mellanöl. But I could go back for food one day.
This is a precious little gem among stockholms beerbars. The whole atmosphere is very laid back and the bartenders know their beer and will happily chat away with you for a bit. They only have swedish beers at this place and lots of them. Probably the best selection of bottled swedish microbrewerybeer in sweden. Recommended!