The guide to cosy restaurants in Vasastan
Updated 8 Jan 2020
From long-standing gastronomic institutions to acclaimed neighbourhood restaurants and international gems - Vasastan has plenty of cosy restaurants for all tastebuds. Many of the restaurants combine ambitious cooking with intimate atmospheres and stylish interiors, and you'll often find them tucked away in some of the city's more peaceful blocks. We show the way to Vasastan's best cosy restaurants, from the hidden gems of Siberia to the bustling restaurant-filled streets around Sankt Eriksplan.
Cosy restaurants in other part of town:
KnutUpplandsgatan 17, Norrmalm/City/Vasastan
Mountain charm from Norrland
If you're pining for the mountains, Knut is the place to go. This Norrlandic restaurant on Upplandsgatan is furnished with mismatched chairs, rustic wooden tables, rag rugs and antlers and serves Suovas (smoked reindeer meat) and other flavours from the beautiful wide open spaces of northern Sweden.
Bar NombreOdengatan 36, Vasastan
Spanish influences meet Swedish ingredients at this popular bar and restaurant on Odengatan. Thirsty post-work drinkers and hungry dinner guests alike come to hang out in relaxed surroundings. Take a pew in the modern but welcoming environment and feel at home.
OljebarenTorsgatan 48 B, Vasastan
Zero waste philosophy
Chequered floors, rustic wooden tables, bistro chairs, plants and exposed brick walls create an intimate atmosphere at this Vasastan oasis. The restaurant has long been famous for their hamburgers, but these days sustainable, creative dishes dominate the menu. Come in for bite to eat or a relaxed post-work drink with friends and colleagues.
Döden i GrytanNorrtullsgatan 61, Vasastan
Round trip to Rome
The award-winning Döden i Grytan serves hearty Italian food in warm, welcoming candlelit surroundings. Service, decor and food are all inspired by the trattorias of Rome.
Crêperie & LogiSurbrunnsgatan 39, Vasastan
Sweden meets France
Riding on the success of their Visby and Åre branches, Crêperie & Logi opened up in Stockholm, in Vasastan. This snug restaurant is tucked away on a backstreet close to Odenplan and, naturally, they serve the French buckwheat galettes and crêpes they're famous for here. Order a glass of cider and breathe in the atmosphere.
Las BrasasRoslagsgatan 6, Vasastan
Cosy yet contemporary
Las Brasas is inspired by the cuisine and culture of South America and Spain. The emphasis is on grilled dishes and tapas served among green tiled walls and contemporary yet cosy decor. Ideal for a relaxed, sociable dinner.
Delphine & EdouardRoslagsgatan 15, Vasastan
Delphine & Edouard is run by a French couple passionate about food, wine and design. Since opening in 2017 they've quickly gained a reputation for their charming Parisian style - perfect for anyone who fancies a few small dishes, French cheeses, charcuterie or just a glass of (French) wine.
Jim & Jacob & Jim & Jacobs bakficka2 addresses
Acclaimed and intimate
This acclaimed little neighbourhood restaurant combines skilled gastronomy with a welcoming, intimate atmosphere. The two experienced and passionate chefs - Jim Hammargren and Jacob Nermark Hjelm - also run Jim & Jacobs bakficka (little sister restaurant) in a cellar a few steps away from the main restaurant. The eclectic small dishes are perfect for sharing and the blackboard menu changes daily.
Tehran GrillRörstrandsgatan 15, Vasastan
Authentic Persian food is not the only draw at Tehran Grill. The atmospheric setting is also an important part of the experience - diners eat among candelight and romantic interiors.
FonduebodenVanadisvägen 42, Vasastan
Like an Alpine chalet
Gather your friends and family around steaming fondue pots and cook your own food at the table. Fondueboden serves the Swiss national dish, fondue, in cosy, Alpine-inspired surroundings. An easy place to spend the whole evening eating and hanging out.
ShantiRörstrandsgatan 23, Vasastan
Bazaar in Birkastan
Forget stark and sterile interiors - this award-winning restaurant is decorated like an exotic Indian bazaar. Shanti Touch of Bengal was the first restaurant in Stockholm to focus on Bengali homecooking, and you're guaranteed an atmospheric experience.