Monk’s Café Wallingatan | Stockholm,
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Monk’s Café Wallingatan
Good based on 49 ratings
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

Wallingatan 38
Stockholm, Sweden 111 24 [ print map ]
08 230030

Hours: Mon-Thurs from 1600; Fri-Sat from 1500; closed Sunday

Mayor: AndySnow (11) | Taps: 16 | Bottles: 700

Monk’s Café Wallingatan

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Monks Café Nerdbrewing Indexoutofbounds Barrel Aged Imperial Vanilla Stout , Monks Café Top Secret , Summer Wine Warthog 70, Monks Light Lager 22, Sixpoint Bengali Tiger IPA 94, De Molen Alive & Kicking 95, De Molen Geboren & Getogen 71, Monks Café TTC-2 Barley , Monks Café Top Secret , Sixpoint Sweet Action 78, Monks Café Svea IPA 87, Monks Café TTC - Barley Wine , Eskilstuna / Monks Café Nelson D.I.P.A. , Monks Café Wallin IPA Nelson 55, De Molen Zomer Hop 97, Monks Café Bröderna Anderssons Brutala Super Saison Oak Edition 87, Monks Café Not For Sale Light Stout , Monks Café Not For Sale Ale 37, Monks Café Svea Pale Ale 46, Monks Café Nelson Saison
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49 reviews for Monk’s Café Wallingatan
 Ambiance  68%
 Service  66%
 Selection  79%
 Food  65%
 Value  60%
 Overall  70%
 Rating  80%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 17/20
Baltimorioles  (4) London, England | May 5, 2010
Probably would give a higher rating if it weren’t for Akkurat, in any other city would easily be the best place for beer. The selection is not quite as large, but did have beers that Akkurat did not so worth visiting both places. Enjoyed the atmosphere better and has the added bonus of carrying their own beers.
Marko  (213) Split / Zagreb, Croatia | October 9, 2011
Visited here with Per (whom I can’t thank enough) and got a first class treatment because of that so I can’t really tell how it is when you usually walk up here. Didn’t have time to explore the entire place, but the area around the bar was completely full, while the benches near the brewing equipment were completely empty when we arrived. Strange. Still, the tap list featured among other things (of varying interest), 3 of their own beers, all of which were very good (a 4.1 and a 3.8, ’nuff said), and the bottles that Per got us were very rare, very cool Riegele stuff. Ever had a barrel aged German Imperial Stout? how about a German IPA? No? Well we got them here! Can’t comment on the prices, but I doubt that they’re worse than at the BAs. Another must visit! And I do wonder how the other two compare.
Crosling  (70) Loveland, Colorado | June 9, 2008
Monk’s Café is loaded with rare and delectable beers. I was especially impressed by their selection of Northern Italian craft beers and rare Belgian ales. They have several beers from the famous brewery Struise and the great Swedish brewery Dugges. Overall, I am guessing they have about 500 beers, many of them not found elsewhere. I found the staff to be very kind as well and the layout of the place is pretty cool. There were also some interesting beers on draught, but I was mainly interested in the bottles. My second favorite beer destination in Stockholm, obviously behind Akkurat.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 15/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 18/20
OHscar  (3) , Sweden | January 10, 2009
Great selection of bottled beers. The staff is friendly and helpful but sometimes a bit slow. The food is ok but not the reason to go here.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 16/20
rickgordon  (41) Göteborg, Sweden | May 24, 2009
Huge draught selection. Great beers brewed within the premises, by a award winning brewmaster. Very friendly, knowledgeable service. Good, bit pricey food. Like all pubs around the globe, avoid rush-hours, that is weeknights 20.00-24-00. Simple task, ey?
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 17/20
AndySnow  (204) Stockholm, Sweden | February 20, 2011| Updated November 11, 2013
A nice selection of beers from smaller breweries as well as their own brewery in the pub. Change their selection of beer regularly with theme weeks focusing on single regions.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 17/20
Svesse  (214) Hässelby, Sweden | September 3, 2008
Very ambitious bar and restaurant that started brewing on their own in the summer 2008. Good and varied draught beer selection, but the real treat is the bottle beer selection. It seems they have changed the original idea to always stock this or that many thousand beers (of which quite many where fairly unnecessary) to having theme periods, for example a Dutch month, then a Belgian spring and Italian weeks and so on. I think that is a much better idea. They did have some initial problems with service, but bar staff is getting quite skilled and friendly. Food is good.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 16/20
Rasmus40  (213) Beder, Aarhus, Denmark | July 23, 2011
The service was a bit mixed. One bartender was a really nice guy where as the other just seemed to be in a bad mood, which wasn’t very helpful. They have a huge bottle selection with beers from many countries. Beware though: A few of them are not from the countries listed. Their taps were largely uninteresting though. They had plenty of Belgians and a lot of De Molen as well. The food was good. Prices were a bit high though.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 17/20
Rune  (432) Tromsř, Norway | September 9, 2009
On my way to Linköping I stopped for late lunch at this place located not more than about ten minutes walk from the central railway station in Stockholm. I have never been here before, and my visit turned out to be a very pleasant experience. In a couple of hours I had a freshly made Caesar Salad with chicken and bacon, three of their own brews – a delicious Orange ale, a fine weissen called Pauline and the splendid Patagonia IPA – and two bottles from their impressive beer list. The focus of the week was on Big Beers from the USA. Just like heaven for a ratebeerian. Irreproachable service, cosy atmosphere and relaxing. It is rather expensive and most of the beers are served in rather large amounts, so be sure to bring some friends for rating purposes (visited 01.09.2009)
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 14/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 16/20
GT2  (613) San Diego County , California | July 7, 2011
Very fun place..enormous bottle list that seemingly never ends. They brew their own small batch stuff that was very nice. About 6-8 of their beers were on tap along with guest taps. This place also has an affinity for Goose Island beers and the bottle list included some weird GI stuff I had never heard of. Lots of odd bottles where you are bound to find something interesting. Not necessarily cheap though and De Molen Tsarina Esra Reserva here was priced at some hilarious price that I think was a joke...something like 1,999 Swedish kroner. Definitely fun and worth going to.

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