I am planning a weekend trip to Stockholm in February with a friend. We'd like to check out a few nice restaurants in the evening in Södermalm. Both of us are vegetarian. Do you have any tips for us where we can find some good places?
This thread should get you started: https://community.ricksteves.com/travel-forum/norway/vegetarian-in-norway-and-sweden
Thanks, great thread! :)
-For the last 15 years or so I have been a 95% vegetarian...there are a few specific meals I haven't given up. I spent 4 full days in Stockholm last spring, and I based on Södermalm. I did not go to a purely vegetarian restaurant on Södermalm, but I'm sure they have them there and your hotel will likely refer you. When I don't want to hunt for vegetarian food I often go Italian, as they often do vegetarian naturally. I went twice to a nice, small, Italian restaurant: Nostrano. You won't see the name outside clearly, but the sign is just a large fork. The address is Timmermansgatan 15, 118 25 Stockholm; Telephone: 08 - 644 10 35. http://www.nostrano.se
-For lunch or a quick dinner, take out/eat in type of place, not fancy obviously, go to Falafelbaren, Hornsgaten 39; www.falafelbaren.se It is allegedly well known throughout Stockholm and it was delicious...I'm particular about my falafels.
-Also, keep your eye out for potato risotto. I had that in Northern Sweden and it was wonderful.