The best Asian restaurants in Stockholm

Asian cuisine - sometimes associated with cheap and sticky sweet-n-sour sauce, metallic lucky cats and stale fortune cookies, but more often than not; exotic and flavoursome dishes with an innovative fusion twist. Stockholm houses an abundance of Asian restaurants; opulent Chinese temple-style restaurants, sleek fusion concepts, Japanese fast food diners and trendy Vietnamese eateries. So as to help you peruse the offerings we have created this guide to the best Asian restaurants in Stockholm.

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Farang: Modern Asian fusion
Farang is considered to be one of Stockholm's best Asian fusion restaurants and offers a culinary trip to South-East Asia. The sleek industrial restaurant has a distinct metropolitan feel - reflected in the menu that features exotic aromatic flavours with an innovative edge which can adapted to suit both allergies and vegetarians.
More information: Farang, Tulegatan 7, Vasastan


Farang

Miss Voon: Culinary trip to Asia
Miss Voon strikes an elegant balance between East and West. The sophisticated, yet lively restaurant offers a selection of exotic, aromatic dishes, hors d'oeuvres-style - perfect for sharing. The bar with its artisanal cocktails is a popular haunt.
More information: Miss Voon, Sturegatan 22, Östermalm

 
Miss Voon

Ling Long: Asian flavour and Nordic ingredients
Ling Long, adjacent to Story Hotel, pays homage to the Far East combining influences from the Sichuan province, Bali and Singapore. The menu features smaller dishes, hors d'oeuvres-style with innovative flavour combinations. The raw concrete walls, minimalistic furniture and velvet detailing enhances the experience.
More information: Ling Long, Riddargatan 6, Östermalm


Ling Long

Hongkist: Industrial chic and Asian
Hongkist is modern reworking of classic. This industrial-chic restaurant combines influences from Thailand and China, serving traditional flavours with a contemporary twist. The menu naturally features traditional dishes such as crispy duck, Thai curry and spring rolls.
More information: Hongkist, Linnégatan 13, Östermalm

 
Hongkist

Waipo: Chinese-style tapas
Waipo is proof that Drottninggatan is not only for tourists. This restaurant serves authentic Chinese cuisine tapas-style, primarily from the Canton and Sichuan regions. The modern interior pays homage to its Asian heritage.
More information: Waipo, Drottninggatan 25, City


Waipo

Blue Light Yokohama: Tradition meets innovation
This on-trend, award-winning restaurant is based upon the concept of Izakaya, fusing traditional Japanese cuisine with modern fast food culture - contemporary and healthy tapas-style food. The modern eatery's extensive menu also offers sushi and other dishes as well as sake.
More information: Blue Light Yokohama, Åsögatan 170, Södermalm

Berns Asiatiska: Casual luxury
Berns houses a hotel, nightclub and two restaurants. Berns Asiatiska is its flagship and is widely considered to be one of the best Asian fusion restaurants in the city. The menu is every bit as exquisite as the venue and features a plethora of sushi, dim sum, spring rolls, tempura and innovative flavour combinations.
More information: Berns Asiatiska, Berzelii Park, City

Cloud Nine: Dim Sum Room
Cloud Nine is proof that Norra Bantorget's transition from dreary to chic is complete. The revitalised area now hosts an abundance of great restaurants - Cloud Nine is one of them. The restaurant fuses French and Asian influences, complete with a Dim Sum Room.
More information: Cloud Nine Food & Cocktails, Torsgatan 1, Vasastan

East: Modern Asian-vibes
Located just off Stureplan, this hip restaurant fuses Asian flavours with nightclub vibes. Blending influences from Japan, Korea, Vietnam and Thailand the restaurant caters to a wide audience. The bar is a popular haunt after hours.
More information: East, Stureplan 13, Östermalm

EAT: Chinese master chefs
This creative dumpling bar is located inside MOOD. The restaurant features a bistro, food court and Chinese-style beer garden. With 10 Chinese master chefs in the kitchen the food is bound to impress. EAT also offers culinary courses in the art of dumpling making.
More information: EAT Restaurant, Jakobsbergsgatan 15, Östermalm

Raw: Chic Japanese fusion
Raw strikes a balance between East and West, the Japanese and European sensibilities translate seamlessly from the sleek interior to the menu. The food is predominantly raw - hence the name - delectable sushi and sashimi as well as grilled dishes.
More information: Raw Sushi & Grill, Rörstrandsgatan 9, Vasastan

Ljunggren: Sushi and raw food
Ljunggren is a popular fusion restaurant located in Brunogallerian. The Asian influences are apparent both in the decor and fine dining-style menu. Adjacent Råbaren has embraced the raw food trend, specialising in gastro raw food and Nordic sashimi.
More information: Ljunggren, Götgatan 36, Södermalm


Ljunggren

Lokal Izakaya: Unpretentious fine dining vibes
Lokal Izakaya embodies sleek sophistication. The restaurant has embraced the concept of izakaya - a modern take on Japanese street food. With emphasis on local and organic produce, unpretentious fine dining vibes and relaxed ambiance makes for the ultimate experience.
More information: Lokal Izakaya, Scheelegatan 8, Kungsholmen

 
Lokal Izakaya

Råkultur: Casual gastronomy
This ambitious, yet slightly more casual alternative to its sibling Esperanto, offers an innovative and experimental sushi menu. Showcasing predominantly Scandinavian fish, guests are invited to choose from an exciting array of pickled mackerel, Swedish squid and beetroot-salted halibut to name a few.
More information: Råkultur, Kungstensgatan 2, Östermalm

Barobao: Contemporary Chinese street food
This hip concept specialises in the Chinese street food bao – steamed buns with innovative fillings and exciting flavour sensations. The on-trend minimalistic décor and charming personnel highlights the experience.
More information: Barobao, Hornsgatan 66, Södermalm

YOI: Asian street food
This Asian fast-food joint located in K25's food court serves authentic street food. The selective menu features exotic flavours from Southeast Asia and Korea. Get your dose of Thai curry, bibimbap, fresh rolls, Vietnamese 'backpackers' baguettes and noodle soup on the go.
More information: YOI, Kungsgatan 25, City

Barbro: Bistro, bar and cinema
Located under Liljeholmen's bridge, Barbro fuses bistro, bar and cinema. The menu combines Asian and European sensibilities - made for sharing guests are invited to try multiple, beautifully prepared dishes. Andrew Jones and Tim Alton, former sous chefs at Yasuragi's Tepanyaki restaurant are the masterminds behind this contemporary concept.
More information: Barbro Bistro & Bio, Hornstulls 13, Södermalm

Holy Monkey Tolv: Asian street food
Tolv Stockholm houses multiple restaurants and entertainment venues; Holy Monkey is one of them. The on-trend decor nods to the restaurant's Asian heritage, with wood detailing and Japanese designs. Inspired by Japanese street food the menu features signature dishes such as such as bibimbap, steamed buns and sushi.
More information: Holy Monkey Tolv, Arenavägen 69, Globen

 
Holy Monkey

Akki Sushi: Don't let the exterior fool you
A seemingly anonymous sushi bar, not-so-charmingly situated next to Medborgarplatsen's subway station. Yet despite its rather drab exterior, Akki quickly became one of this city's most acclaimed sushi restaurants. Their second location offers slightly more seating opportunities than the prior.
More information: Akki Sushi, Folkungagatan 45, Södermalm
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About the guide the best Asian restaurants in Stockholm
Our guide to the best Asian restaurants in Stockholm is updated continuously. If you know of a great Asian restaurant in Stockholm that we have not featured in our guide please leave a note in the comments section below. Feel free to email us at hello@thatsup.se if you feel that we should add a Asian restaurant in Stockholm to our guide. Please let us know if you see any mistakes in our guide to the best Asian restaurants in Stockholm. Otherwise enjoy your visit to the restaurant of your choice.

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