The former darling of the clubbin-scene, Svart Kaffe is increasingly turning into the Laptop-Meeting point of Södermalm's chicest. Drum'n'Base hasn't completely gone (although now, it plays quietly in the background) and the fantastic sandwiches have also remained. Particularly tasty is a topping of Halloumi, pesto, olives and red onions. Another highlight is the take-away picnic basket with coffee and Pago juice - once you have got through all the questions: large or small, with or without meat, hot or cold, brown or white bread? Take our advice and make a note of your answers before you go up to the till and you will be very popular with the rest of the queue!
From outside it reminds of an English pub. But inside the last doubts are eradicated: the Marten Trotzig amidst the historic city is Stockholm in its purest form. Heavy, dark and wooden furniture convey the feeling of ease, the menu is characteristic for the country and garnished with Sweden's most favourite mascot: roasted elk filet with cranberry sabayone and French sauté beans. If you prefer to see Rudolph at his sleigh, you can choose the salmon filet with crayfish and leaf spinach on root vegetable creme. And you should cast at least one glance at the séparée in the basement. Here up to 22 persons can play knight and damsel at dim candle light and feast on meatballs, elk carpaccio or roast beef steak. As long as the balls stay on the plate, the guests may spend some more time and enjoy the setting in the style of the 17th century.