The guide to Stockholm's best takeaway joints
Updated 30 Sep 2020
Hungry and on the run? No worries, just follow our guide to the best takeaway joints in Stockholm, from classic pizzerias and popular sushi spots to well-loved restaurants with ready meals and take-away menus. Or why not explore everything an entire food court has to offer? We also link to other relevant guides such as pizza, sushi and Indian. Under each link we give a few quick tips on the best places to start your search.
TeaternGötgatan 132, Södermalm/Skanstull
Fast food from famous chefs
At this popular food court in Skanstull you'll find high quality fast food from some of the best chefs in Sweden. Flavours come from all over the world and in all imaginable forms. A handy concept which works just as well for takeaway as eating in.
The Fishery & The Farm FamilyBrunkebergstorg 14, City/Norrmalm
Crispy fish and substantial salads
Pick up good-value dishes such as fish tacos and fish stew for lunch from The Fishery in Gallerian. Their sister concept The Farm Family serves creative salads if you're in the mood for that. Healthy, fresh and well-made food are the order of the day at both spots.
K25Kungsgatan 25, City/Norrmalm
Modern food hall
The trendiest food court in town opened its doors in 2013 at Kungsgatan 25. There are eleven popular food outlets, all specialising in takeaway food. The selection is broad and international and several of the spots are offshoots of popular Stockholm restaurants.
Meatballs for the PeopleNytorgsgatan 30, Södermalm
Organic meatball fanatics
Meatballs in Sofo roll their own meatballs in a wide range of variations, in addition to their classic Swedish meatballs. Eat in or order your lunch or dinner to take away. The concept includes a restaurant and deli.
ProviantSturegatan 19, Östermalm
Deli and celebrated restaurant in one
If you like the food at Proviant, which has been awarded several Bib Gourmands, you can also buy the ingredients to take home from the store next door. You'll find meat and locally-grown vegetables, among other things. Their homemade classic Swedish dishes are a great tip for anyone wanting a ready meal that only needs sticking in the microwave.
Cajsa Warg & Rot Butik & Kök2 addresses
Cajsa Warg and sister store Rot are famous for their organic, locally-produced produced, as well as their ready meals. Perfect for when you want proper homemade food without having to cook yourself. They sell both ready-packaged meals and dishes sold by the kilo.
KungshallenKungsgatan 44, City/Norrmalm
World food under one roof
Kungshallen has masses of restaurants and takeaway food from all corners of the world. Choose and tuck into health food, Indian, tacos, Scandinavian, chargrilled burgers and much more. They also have particularly late opening hours.
Deluxe takeaway joints
Mamma o. jag BistroTjärhovsgatan 50, Södermalm
This intimate bistro on Tjärhovsgatan serves seasonal medium-sized dishes inspired by all the world's cuisines. The menu includes everything from saffron risotto to mini tortillas and flatbread. Pick up a selection of dishes to take away and enjoy at home on your sofa.
B.A.R.Blasieholmsgatan 4A, City/Norrmalm
Fish specialist to go
Combined food hall and on-trend restaurant specialising in classic Swedish homecooking and fine ingredients from the sea. Everything from lunch and salads to three course dinners and the catch of the day from the wet fish counter is on the menu here. Don't miss the desserts, bread and side dishes to go with the fish. Another plus is that the restaurant is MSC certified.
Indian Garden5 addresses
This award-winning restaurant has spread across Stockholm with several sister restaurants around the city. They serve up popular Indian dishes made using their own secret-recipe spice mixes. Eat in or take away.
Indian Garden Västgötagatan
Indian Garden Heleneborgsgatan
Indian Garden Liljeholmen
Indian Garden Franzéngatan
Lux Dag för DagPrimusgatan 116, Lilla/Stora Essingen
Farm to table dining
Lux Dag för Dag, formerly the fine-dining restaurant Lux, creates a new menu every day based around the best local produce available. Order good-value takeaway food via a hatch through to the kitchen. They also offer a special takeaway Friday meal deal for two people.
Classic takeaway food tips
The preferred takeaway food of the 2000s, sushi, is everywhere in Stockholm, and the quality and creativity of the city's sushi joints is improving all the time. See the links below for some sure-fire sushi tips when you're on the run.
Hattori Sushi Devil Drottninggatan
Mogge Sushi Gamla stan
Few things make for better takeaway food than pizza, the true takeout classic. These days you'll also find the Italian favourite in both gourmet and budget forms. See the links below for takeaway pizza tips.
Ciao Ciao Due
1889 Fast Fine Pizza
The days when Indian food was synonymous with budget food may be over, but that doesn't stop the Stockholmers from getting their spicy fix. A popular takeaway alternative which covers everything from tandoori kebabs and curry to rice dishes, naan and so much more. See the link below for takeaway tips.
Shanti Soft Corner
Restaurang Gandhi Södermalm
Cumin Club Luntmakargatan
Indian Street Food & Co Drottninggatan
Thai cuisine can be found all the over the place in Stockholm and there's no Thai curry too runny to be taken home in a little takeaway box. See the tips below.
Bee's Thai Food
Chinese dumplings have become a popular alternative to sushi and other Asian classics. There are plenty of dumpling restaurants in town these days, more or less specialising in these little bundles of dough. Perfect as takeaway, but it's best not to transport them too far. See our dumpling tips below.
Beijing8 Grev Turegatan
Hamburgers are a real takeaway favourite which have recently undergone something of a transformation, with homemade and locally produced the buzzwords. Most places have a large selection of sides, from classic favourites to healthier alternatives, including gluten-free options.