Clarion Hotel Arlanda Airport
Arlanda, 190 45
Phone: (46) 8 444 18 00
Fax: (46) 8 444 18 99
A historic thick-walled building is home to Edsbacka Krog, which was the first licensed restaurant in Stockholm. Edsbacka welcomes you to fine dining in an elegant and sophisticated atmosphere. Executive Chef Christer Lingström creates a seasonally changing menu, using the freshest of ingredients. The restaurant is as popular for its romantic setting with candles lit on each table, as it is for its attractive presentation of delicious dishes. Relish Silltallrik for starters and Whitebait Roe with Marinated Halibut for the main course. Although the restaurant has a large dining room, the space seems inadequate after the evening crowd starts pulling in. Therefore, reservations are strongly recommended. Please check the website for timings.
Located in Sweden's largest indoor shopping center, Taby Centrum, this neighborhood hangout serves as the local nightclub, family restaurant, and sports bar. There is a never ending stream of events that take place at this popular restaurant, including live music, sporting events, theme nights, and of course, dancing. The menu features simple a la carte options with a separate menu for the young one's.
This little inn on the outskirts of the city and the edge of Kungshamn Naturreservat next to Lake Mälaren is modeled on an old hunting lodge. The food is delicious and hearty, and the prices are reasonable. This is an excellent place to begin or end a day's hiking, fishing or hunting.
This restaurant is located in an 18th-century villa and provides a small taste of noble life in centuries past. The service is top-notch, and the food is reliably delicious. This restaurant also functions as a cafe, and you can simply stop for coffee and a bun if you like.
Biokupan is one of the first eco-eateries in Uppsala. The ingredients are fresh and exclusively organic, and the flavors are commensurately delicious and healthful. Prices can be a little high, but the quality is well worth it.
Peppar Peppar was one of the first haute cuisine restaurants to open in Uppsala in Sweden's culinary renaissance of the 1980s. It has since become a local standard, and many luminaries from the area, including city officials and senior professors from the University can be seen dining here. The food is reliably high-quality, and the prices are commensurate with that.
This neighborhood favorite is a typical snack bar and grill that specializes in Serbo-Croation culinary delights like cevapi and grilled chicken. Most dishes are meat-based, but there are some grilled veggies and salads for more herbivorous tastes. There are also Balkan beers and soft drinks available, and the take-out option is a commonly used one.
If you're looking for an unusual nightspot to let your hair down in, you must visit this joint. Flustret is a hip club frequented by a music-loving crowd that is in attendance every time the club is filled with lots of music. Attend live gigs, parties, DJ nights, music dos and events at this venue which is popular for its musical offerings. The Salon on the second floor is the main hub of activity, with crowds thronging the place during event nights. Sip on your favorite drink or munch on delectable delicacies as you groove to the beats of the night. Private events can be set at the intimate, little Black Lounge. Flustret is also well-equipped to handle your next corporate meeting, conference and banquet alongside business parties and luncheons. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events and exact working hours for each of the facilities.
This vegetarian favorite is tops with the sizeable herbivore population in this University city. The meals are surprisingly flavorful and varied, and with meat substitutes like seitan and tofu in artfully prepared ways, there's plenty here for meat eaters who've lost their way as well.
This restaurant, named for famous ancient conqueror Alexander the Great, is located right on the river and is a popular middle-price-range place for hearty kebabs, stuffed grape leaves, retsina and other Mediterranean favorites. There is outdoor seating in the warmer months and daily specials can be worth a look for particularly tasty and reasonably-priced options.
This bakery and cafe is an absolute favorite for the Swedish tradition of Fika, or coffee with friends. No Fika is complete without some delicious pastry, and the offerings here certainly fill the bill. The baked goods range from the fanciest French croissants and tortes to the simplest of Swedish buns and cakes. The coffee is also excellent and they have daily lunch specials for those in need of a real meal as well.
This is Uppsala's favorite Chinese eatery, and all of its standards- lemon chicken, beef and snow peas, won ton soup- are all savory and delicious. Though the price and atmosphere are more suited to sit-down dinners, meals are also available to go and in a limited delivery radius.