Guide to the best restaurants in Hornsberg
Updated 13 Mar 2019
Hornsberg has become an area to reckon with, both restaurant and caféwise. This slightly forgotten corner of west Kungsholmen boasts international restaurants, healthy lunch concepts, trendy fastfood and waterfront spots alongside Hornsbergs strand. You can even take a pre-prandial dip off the rocks of in the summer months. Hungry in Hornsberg? Follow our guide to the area's best places to eat.
Nordenflychtsvägen 62, Kungsholmen
French "chez nous" concept
This homely, welcoming French restaurant is run by two cousins from Marseille who specialise in rotisserie-grilled meat and organic ingredients. You'll also find couscous, moules and raclette - melted cheese with vegetables and charcuterie - on the menu. You can takeaway or eat in, just like a proper French homestyle dinner.
Lilla Le Mond
Lindhagensgatan 137, Kungsholmen
From breakfast to the bar
This little sister restaurant to Cykelcafé Le Mond serves everything from healthy breakfast favourites to cocktails and Asian bowls. They are passionate about racing bikes but, bike enthusiast or not, everyone's welcome here. Sustainable coffee, carefully sourced ingredients and a welcoming atmosphere are the key concepts here.
Hornsbergsstrand 47, Kungsholmen
Celebrity-owned Fifties burger joint
Actors Mahmut Suvakci and Joel Kinnaman own this hamburger joint on Hornsbergs strand, done up like a Fifties diner and with a sustainable philosophy. Eat juicy hamburgers and drink milkshakes served in true Americana style.
Hornsbergs strand 53, Kungsholmen
Döner for gourmets
Mahmut Suvacki's second restaurant on Hornsbergs strand (after Lily's Burger Kungsholmen) is this ambitious fastfood joint dedicated to the Turkish kebab, döner. Traditional döner kebabs, both with and without meat, are sold under the slogan "Fine Fastfood".
Lindhagensgatan 126, Kungsholmen
Hankering after Indian food? Mumbai Dreams on Hornsbergs strand has sizlar and tikka masala as their signature dishes, and you're always guaranteed a culinary experience. Vegetarians have plenty of dishes to choose from. At lunchtime, they serve a lunch buffet which includes salad, coffee and naan bread.
Moa Martinsons Torg 12, Kungsholmen
Classic sports bar
This sports bar/gastropub is great for a burger and a beer or a drink while watching a match on the big screen. The classic pub style includes tartan wallpaper, green leather sofas and patterned carpets. In the summer months you can eat and drink al fresco on their large outdoor area close to the waterfront.
Lindhagensgatan 126, Kungsholmen
Sushi in Stadshagen
If you're craving sushi, or other Japanese dishes such as yakiniku or yakitori, steer a course towards Masahiro. This light, airy sushi bar is close to Stadshagen underground station and is open for lunch, dinner and, of course, takeaway. In the summer months there's always a sunny outdoor eating area.
Hornsbergs strand 61, Kungsholmen
Smart sushi by the waterfront
Ambitious sushi bar on Hornsberg strand which serves top notch sushi rolls, as well as main courses such as dumplings, bibimbap and poké bowls. Gourmets will be spoiled for choice.
Nordenflychtsvägen 64, Kungsholmen
Hawaii Poké was one of the first establishments to introduce the Hawaiian/Japanese food phenomenon poké bowls to Stockholm and the chain now has branches all over town. The emphasis is on Swedish, sustainable and organic ingredients combined with authentic flavours. A popular spot for anyone who loves sushi and salads.
Franzéngatan 50, Kungsholmen
With several branches around the city, the award-winning Indian Garden is a Stockholm favourite. The Kungsholmen restaurant opened in the summer of 2013 and it's a top tip for anyone who loves Indian food with an extra emphasis on vegetarian dishes and organic ingredients.