Hidden gem and can reallly recommend the calm slow lounge old bar feeling. Lots of local business and good feeling.
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Me and my friend were having glass of champagne at Bakfickan before dinner at another restaurant. We were sitting outdoors and after a while it was just to cold, so we wanted to go inside. The waiting staff informed us in a very rude way...More
Poor customer service. Rude servers! My wife and two kids were walking by and decided to try out the restaurant. A gentleman that walked right up to the door in front of us, he was immediately attended to and led to a seat. We waited...More
This is our first trip to Sweden and we wanted a real Swedish meal outside of the tourist traps. This small restaurant filled the bill. A very professional wait staff. A mix of visitors and locals for clientele. For an appetizer we ordered a "shrimp...More
This restaurant is small. Don't plan on a party of six to get a table inside for dinner because there isn't one. We are a family of 5. We had ample room at the bar. The outside was completely filled with a few people waiting...More
This is a high cuisine restaurant with a beautiful interior in the old Opera House, near the Royal castle. Good service, the Famous Continental Chef, a spectacular menu if you are prepared to spend 100-500 € per person.
We were lucky to get spots at the bar for dinner--it seemed to be a somewhat slow evening at first. Service was slow as well--it took far too long to get attention from one of the bar servers. Our starters, a delightful lobster bisque, came...More
A wonderful place to sit on the outside sidewalk cafe, drinking fine wine, eat delicious food and people watch. It didn't hurt that it was 75 degrees and sunny. Everyone sampled a variety of Swedish cuisine. The service was top notch.