Good value restaurants in Kungsholmen
Updated 24 Mar 2020
The information in this guide may be affected by covid-19.
For many of us, eating out is one of life's great pleasures, though our wallets may not always agree. Luckily, there are places in Stockholm, particularly in Kungsholmen, that serve great food at decent prices. Places where you can get a little taste of everyday luxury without feeling as though you've been robbed on the way home. These hidden gems are worth knowing about when you're planning a spontaneous midweek dinner, or just want to tighten the purse strings a little. Here's our guide to good value restaurants in Kungsholmen.
Good value restaurants in other parts of town:
Hantverkargatan 31, Kungsholmen
A neighbourhood restaurant with continental flavours and a passion for quality. Styrelsen has a loyal following of regulars, thanks to its reasonable menu and snug, welcoming atmosphere. The kitchen serves the best of both southern European and Nordic cuisines, with plenty of pasta, fish and meat dishes. Eat outside in their hidden courtyard in the summer months.
- Price guide: Moules frites around 255 SEK
Nordenflychtsvägen 62, Kungsholmen
Feel at home - in France
La Bergerie feels like going over to a friend's house, or a cosy French bed & breakast. Step into the welcoming living room, take a pew at the large dining table or sink into the sofa with a glass of red. The dishes of the day are all laid out on the counter, French homecooking at its best.
- Price guide: Moules mariniere around 165 SEK
Pontonjärgatan 28, Kungsholmen
Tapas with international flavours
Ordering a selection of different dishes to share with your table is a fun, sociable way to eat and it doesn't need to be particularly expensive. Tapas 28 has a wide range of good-value tapas for sharing. From mini burgers and halloumi fries to gambas and calamares - there's something for all tastes here.
- Price guide: Tapas from around 66 SEK
Mamas and Tapas
Scheelegatan 3, Kungsholmen
Mamas and Tapas is one of Stockholm's oldest tapas restaurants. They opened up in Kungsholmen in 1991 and in 2019 the restaurant was given a thorough face lift, with an authentic Spanish feel. Mix and match from a wide selection of tapas or tuck into paella and sangria at reasonable prices.
- Price guide: Tapas around 40 SEK
Sankt Eriksgatan 45, Kungsholmen
Open from morning to night
You'll find this French restaurant by the entrance to the Västermalmsgallerian shopping arcade. As per the name, they're a classic bistro open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests come by in the afternoons for a glass of wine, and at weekends they book tables for brunch. The menu offers both simple and more sophisticated dishes, both savoury and sweet.
- Price guide: Rotisserie chicken around 185 SEK
Essinge Brogata 14, Lilla/Stora Essingen
Lebanese in Lilla Essingen
Meze dishes that won't break the bank are served in tropical surroundings at Garden Lounge in Lilla Essingen. The menu includes classic meze such as tabbouleh and hummus, as well as hamburgers and grilled dishes. Sit at bamboo tables among palm trees and lanterns, perfect for escaping a cold winter's day.
Norra Agnegatan 39, Kungsholmen
Experience a taste of the Middle East at Tabbouli. Their great value tasting menus perfect for anyone who wants to lean back, relax and let someone else make the decisions. If you're not a fan of surprises, there's an extensive menu to choose from with both cold and hot meze and larger dishes. Whether you like meat, fish, vegetarian or vegan dishes, you'll find something to suit all tastes.
- Price guide: Small dishes e.g. falafel around 75 SEK