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Under Kastanjen

3.8 • 8 reviews
Under Kastanjen

Under Kastanjen translates to "under the chestnut tree" - which is fitting - located in a charming cobblestone square in Gamla Stan, shaded by a majestic chestnut, this homely café and bistro focuses on traditional Swedish fare.

Under Kastanjen boasts two on-site bakeries, one of which is completely gluten free. All bread, pastries and other baked goods are served hot out of the oven. With its generous opening hours, guests drop by for homemade breakfast options, a cup of coffee and cinnamon bun as well as lunch and dinner.

Rustic home-style dishes are served; the offering naturally includes meatballs, salmon and other classic dishes. Red-and-white tablecloths complete the scene.


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Fredric E.

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Mysigt cafe i gamla stan med stort utbud av gluten fria alternativ.

Katarina Z.

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Got the world's finest and most delicious princesstårta that was gluten-free, and for an amazing price! Will recommend you to everyone!

Gianfranco L.

I was here last summer. Very pretty place, great variety of desserts all very good. We will comw back!

Ag S.

Best gluten free cake in town

Kristina F.

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Ate at their restaurant. Overall, good food but unfortunately mediocre service where staff questioned society's food preferences (some vegeterianerna do not eat cheese with rennet for example), and served as one of the allergens to us have been clear about what they can't stand. What was m... Show full »

Sofie T.

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Warning! Their Burger was the worst I have ever eaten. The meat was clearly old and hard. Two cute girls like waiters, that bathing in apology for the extremely bad food. But despite that we had to pay full price.

Enrico R.

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We have been here before and Cates upstairs, it's as cozy as the name. I was going to keep in my four to give during the chestnut fair judgement then kaffelatte and a chockadboll is not all they have on the menu. On the ground floor became our expectations, however, not met when we ordered a bu... Show full »

Therese L.

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Number 1 in town for those with celiac disease