SWEDEN TRAVEL GUIDE
STOCKHOLM SWEDEN FOOD
Traveling to Sweden? Here are 8 Swedish Foods you will find on your travels to Sweden.
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Swedish gas station food is surprisingly good.
Korv is not your typical hot dog. The traditional Swedish sausage Korv is prepared with different spices, and served on a variety of buns. You might also find Korv topped with mashed potato! At Circle K they also GRILL the sausage with the bun. Now that’s pretty different!
Brod and Salt (Gamla Stan)
Tullhus 3, Skeppsbrokajen
Popular bakery and cafe with waterfront patio seating. A popular destination in Old Town Gamla Stan. Pastries, coffee, even pizza.
Kanelbulle Cinnamon Bun
Swedish buns called Bullar or Bulle. There are many types but the most traditional one is Kanelbulle Cinnamon Bun. There’s also Kardemummabulle.
Sweet roll with whipped cream. Found in Sweden and other parts of Northern Europe. It’s a special pastry for Fat Tuesday holiday. Nice presentation and very delicious!
Skeppsbro Bageri (Gamla Stan)
Tullhus 1, Skeppsbron 21
Bakery and cafe with breakfast and lunch menu that includes Traditional Swedish food. Outdoor patio setting with waterfront views.
Prawn Sandwich also known as Räksmörgås. A load of shrimp topped on a thin slice of rye bread, served open-sandwich style. Delicious! Use a knife and fork!
Cafe restaurant inside Skansen, Stockholm’s historic outdoor museum attraction. The restaurant has an amazing view of the city. Admission fee required before you can go to the restaurant. Good spots for families and lots of space for strollers!
Swedish Meatballs. Yes, made famous internationally by IKEA. Typically served with mashed potatoes, Lingonberry and gravy. Delicious dish any time of the year in Sweden.
Fried Herring typically served with mashed potatoes, gravy and Lingonberry. You can’t go wrong with fried fish! Herring is popular throughout Europe. Pickled Herring is also common and delicious!
Swedish pancakes are light and warm, flat, chewy.
They are served in restaurants on specific times and days.
Lingonberry is used throughout Swedish cuisine. It’s has a very tart flavour served as a jam (lingonsylt), raw stirred (Råröda lingon), or with water (Vattenlingon). Goes well with mashed potatoes and gravy, or on pancakes with whipped cream.