Nice little bar on the main street featuring a respectable taplist and quite good bottle list. Atmosphere is like the main, best Bishop Arms, with good service and similarly sky high prices. Worth a quick stop if nearby as they can have some interesting stuff on tap (they had a Narke on tap when we were here).
Located a stones throw from the central station, this is generally the place I go to for a quick beer when waiting for the train. The staff is sometimes great and sometimes horrible, both in manners and beer knowledge. Ambience is like any other Bishops Arms in Sweden.
A busy and popular Bishops Arms conveniently located by the entrance to the T-Centralen station (by the exit from the blue line) in Vasagatan. Per later told me that it’s known to be one of the pricier Bishops Arms but I was fresh off the train from Jönköping and most of the beer was less expensive here. There was also a wider range of craft beers on offer, with at least ten to tempt me as I perched on a stool at the bar – the last seat in the house, I think. I settled for the Närke Slättöl – perfect after a hard day’s work and a long train journey.
Re. the Bishops Arms chain, the penny finally dropped with me here. The décor and fittings are similar in all the Bishops Arms I’ve been to. They must have been bought as a job lot. The rowing boat I noticed over the bar at the Gustav Adolfs Torv branch in Malmö wasn’t a local quirk – most of the pubs seem to have something like it. Having said that, if you’re going to have a chain of pubs, this isn’t a bad way to do it and the Bishops Arms seem to be generally more consistent in atmosphere than, say, Wetherspoons in England.
This place is a very low key and enjoyable English style pub. Staff was knowledgeable and kind. The selection was a good amount of foreign stuff with some great local Scandinavian flavors. The food was amazing, but the portions were small. Expensive by Swedish standards even. All in all, I enjoyed hanging out here the most because it was so quiet. Worth the visit.
English style pub very close to Central station. Quite large place, but absolutely packed at friday evening. Managed to find a corner of table to lean on and thats about it. Noisy place. Nice selection of beers and very helpful staff if you can’t make up you mind. Keep eye on fridge, some rarities there.
Quite large and centrally located bar with a large tap list and a nice selection of bottled beers, mostly from Scandinavia and USA. Some rarities available as well, but they are really expensive. You should definitely visit this place if you are in the area.
Pretty cool bar, open late, with a huge draft selection and lots of bottles as well. Prices are high, but it’s Stockholm, so that’s pretty much standard. Friendly enough staff. Beers were decent. Plenty of places to sit and enjoy a beer. Pretty cool ambiance and decor. Lots of Churchill photos all over the place.
Was hungry near the train station so I thought I’d check it out. Bishops Arms has a reputation for good beer selection, so I was severely disappointed to see only macro lager on tap. Dingy carpeting. I left without ordering anything.