Accessible restaurants in Stockholm
Updated 21 Jan 2019
Everyone should be able to enjoy a wonderful meal out without having to worry about how they're going to get in and out of the restaurant. There are plenty of restaurants in Stockholm with varying degrees of wheelchair access so if you're looking for a restaurant with great food, as well as plenty of space and accessibility, just follow our guide.
UsineSödermalmsallén 36-38, Södermalm
Room to maneouvre
This light and spacious bistro serves both lunch and dinner with international cuisine. They offer a daily lunch special, but also an extensive and delicious dinner menu. As well as some 150 restaurant covers, there's also a large bar where after-workers and dinner guests can mingle and wet their whistles with wine, champagne, cocktails or beer.
Holy CowGästrikegatan 3, Vasastan
Holy Cow in Vasastan serves an extensive Indian menu with everything from chicken and lamb dishes to vegetarian and vegan options. Indian-inspired colours and flavours and food made from scratch using fresh ingredients guarantee a great evening and the restaurant calls itself wheelchair accessible.
LjunggrenGötgatan 36, Södermalm
Asian on Södermalm
Guests gather in the Brunogallerian shopping arcade to shop, hang out, and taste modern sushi and fusion dishes. The menu combines Asian hot dishes with both classic and creative sushi made from top notch ingredients. You can watch the chefs prepare the dishes in the open kitchen while bartenders mix popular cocktails in the bar.
KvarnenTjärhovsgatan 4, Södermalm
One of the city's oldest beer halls
Kvarnen in Södermalm is one of the city's oldest beer halls, with an authentic, down-to-earth vibe. But it's more than just a pub - the spacious dining room is also perfect for lively dinners with family or friends and it's always packed with beer aficionadoes and hungry dinner guests alike.
Brasserie BalzacOdengatan 26, Vasastan
Like the grand brasseries of Paris and New York
This French-inspired restaurant serves authentic, seasonal food from small-scale French producers in relaxed, unpretentious surroundings. The brasserie has some 140 covers, 20 of which are reserved for drop-in diners. Pop in for a couple of oysters or an Omelette à la minute.
Griffins' SteakhouseKlarabergsviadukten 67, Norrmalm/City
In the heart of the city
This city centre restaurant, close to Stockholm's central station, provides a unique restaurant experience. Its interiors - all plush sofas, vintage lampshades and quirky touches - is something completely different and, as well as steak, they also serve hot dogs, burgers, other meat dishes and vegetarian options.
Hellstens GlashusWollmar Yxkullsgatan 13, Södermalm
Seven metre ceilings
Behind the glass facade on Wollmar Yxkullsgatan - and right next door to the boutique hotel of the same name - you'll find this New York-industrial-style restaurant. Come for a good dinner, a post-work cocktail with colleagues or to listen to live music. The menu includes everything from classic Toast Skagen (prawns in dill mayo on butter-fried toast) and moose patties.
Strandvägen 1Strandvägen 1, City/Östermalm
Popular local haunt
You'll find this classic, and extremely popular, restaurant at one of Stockholm's best addresses. Enjoy your dinner in luxurious surroundings, or outside with views over the harbour in summertime. The menu is seasonal and whether you fancy breakfast, lunch, dinner, a drink or just a coffee in the sunshine, Strandvägen 1's always a good option.
Ming PalaceMariatorget 2, Södermalm
One of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Sweden
From its premises in the heart of Mariatorget, Ming Palace has been serving up tasty Chinese food to hungry Stockholmers since the 1970s, making it the oldest Chinese restaurant in Sweden. Classic and more contemporary dishes combine on the menu and the dining experience is enhanced by a great atmosphere and personal service.
Environmentally-friendly gourmet burgers
Jureskogs serves fresh gourmet burgers, made from Swedish ingredients with the smallest possible environmental impact. Quality and sustainability are chef Johan Jureskog's watchwords and the uncomplicated menu includes a few well chosen hamburger options as well as a couple of vegetarian alternatives.
ArtipelagArtipelagstigen 1, The Archipelago/Värmdö
After a visit to the art gallery
At the top of the Artipelag building, with unbeatable views over the glittering waters of Baggensfjärden, you'll find the art gallery's restaurant. It's easily accessible by lift for a good lunch, refreshing drink or a delicious dinner with friends or family. The dining room is stylishly designed with nautical wooden floors, specially commissioned furniture and large panorama windows.