Clarion Collection Hotel Wellington
Phone: (46) 8 667 09 10
Fax: (46) 8 667 12 54
Storgatan 6, Stockholm, SE, 11451
- Phone: (46) 8 667 09 10
- Fax: (46) 8 667 12 54
Serving up delicious delicacies such as fresh oysters, scallops, lobster, and the finest Swedish champagne, the Oyster Bar is a hit among tourists and locals alike. The atmosphere is warm, relaxed, and above all, inviting. The knowledgeable staff will gladly guide you through the menu and offer up suggestions according to your taste. The various platters offer an array of shellfish combinations with house specialty sauces. For those in a hurry, the Oyster Bar also features a take away deli.
The Tudor Arms has been around since 1969, and is the oldest British pub in Stockholm. The staff speaks English, and are warm and friendly. There is a good selection of beers, and you will truly have a British experience. The pub stays open till late on most days so you can hang out here with your friends quite often.
Those with a delicate palate beware—spicy Thai food is what you will get here. Het Basilika Noodles, Forest Curry, Phad Khimao Talay and other exotic-sounding dishes line the menu. If you are a newbie, stick to the chicken; you cannot go wrong. A few subtly-spiced names pop-up as well; anything preceded with sweet-and-sour should go easy on the taste-buds. A shot of strong Thai whiskey normally sets the mood before you start, while a leisurely ice-tea with ice-cream should cool things off afterward. If you cannot get over the place yet, stroll through the adjoining spa; you might just be tempted to get some body pampering.
Edo on Östermalm is a smart, sparsely decorated and purely Japanese restaurant. The food is freshly prepared which probably explains why the waiting time is so long. The sushi served here is delicious, reasonably prices and well worth the wait. This is a very quiet place and one can easily overhear the conversations of other people. It is, therefore, wise not to hold business meetings here or to discuss your business or other secrets.
Aubergine restaurant, established in 1994, is located in central Östermalm. Rated as an excellent eatery by both tourists and locals, it boasts of a French-Swedish menu. What's more, you will find a giant aubergine cheerfully sitting at the bar! Check the website for further details.
Sample world renowned wines, as well as some of Sweden's most acclaimed here at Primewine Bar. The menu offers cuisine such as steak tartare, eggplant Parmesan, beef carpaccio, grilled sea bass, and other delicious treats. The decor features wine glass chandeliers, embellished reflective foil ceiling, and high top window tables. Perfect for a long lunch or evening out, Primewine Bar is a must experience for Stockholm.
Between the elegant Östermalmshallen and Hedvig Eleonora church, Lisa Elmqvist found the perfect spot for her popular outdoor restaurant. On the menu, you will find a lots of fish and seafood. Don't miss the magnificent Toast Skagen, it is a tasty classic. They also undertake catering for parties and meetings. Open hours depend on the weather conditions so keep checking the website for the changing timings.
Örtagården is located above the Östermalmshallen food hall. Surrounded by the old-world charm of the restaurant, try the hot and delicious vegetarian buffets they offer. You can either prepare your own fresh plate of salad or have a go at the warm dishes. The salad dressing is home-made and tastes great.
Tysta Mari is a well-known restaurant, excelling in the art of cooking seafood. With immediate access to the Östermalm Food Hall, where fresh fish is sold daily, this should come as no surprise. Classic dishes are presented with a modern touch. The décor is old-fashioned in brick and wood. The bar serves lunch and lighter meals in the evenings.
Molvidson is one trendy café. Stop by for a quick snack or to hang out with friends. From the furniture to the wall hangings, this place is tastefully done up. The two-storey café is usually packed, thanks to its wide selection of desserts includes cookies, rolls, cakes and pies. Try the blueberry pie—it's really delicious.
Il Conte is the perfect place for a quiet dinner. It has a soothing and a relaxed ambience, and the food is quite good. It is a bit on the expensive side and is frequented by romantic couples and an affluent clientele. There is nothing better than the home-made pasta served with different delicious sauces.
Elverket serves innovative crossover food with influences from the Caribbean and South America. Its close proximity to the Royal Dramatic Theatre makes it the favourite hangout of theatre actors and celebrities. The bar serves a variety of drinks and is quite popular among the patrons.