In case you didn't know Marten's name is Marder. Sounds like a dive, but it isn't one. The restaurant retained the name of the chemist that was originally in the building. If you are brave enough to get past the bronze martens flanking the entrance, the inside rewards you with its modern interior and continental cuisine. And you will have to eat well. Köttbuller and Beef Tartare are perfect to line the stomach before tasting the many cocktails on the menu - the best cocktails in all of Stockholm. Our word of advice to you, swift don't sway - and if you do anyway, the marten's will help keep you upright!
The couch may be second-hand but the menu is first class, apart from the usual soup-of-the-day, Copacabana also has plenty of choice for Vegans, for example, marinated tofu with avocado and miso paste, and coffee with soy milk. In addition to that, the Copacabana also serves the best smoothies in town, has an amazing view of the water and a rather manageable book collection, which goes well with the organised reading nights. Those who don't like to read can go to Rio next door. Rio plays short movies and documentaries as part of their film festivals. If the storyline doesn't provide enough food for thought, just go back to Copacabana. The luxury toastie with crab meat in chili and mango is the perfect start for a tasteful evening. By the way, the Copacabana draws everything that's weird and wonderful, so don't be surprised at the appearance of some of the other guests. The more colourful, the better.