The guide to the best pizza in Stockholm
Updated 3 Sep 2020
Can't live without your monthly, weekly or daily doses of pizza? No judgement - neither can we. Stockholm boasts an abundance of pizza restaurants, regardless of whether you're in the mood for wafer-thin or thicker crust, extra sauce or more cheese, simple-and-plain or loaded with toppings. The offering ranges from sleek industrial-style pizza restaurants to casual joints NYC-style. We just so happen to be self-taught pizza connoisseurs and have done the not-so-painstaking work of narrowing down the best pizza in Stockholm for you.
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This industrial-chic pizza joint focuses on local quality produce and innovative flavour combinations. Pizza is sliced and served on large platters - ideal for sharing. The experimental menu features poultry, meat and vegetarian options.
Crispy Pizza Bistro Vasastan
Crispy Pizza Bistro Södermalm
450 GradiPeriskopvägen 19, Lidingö
Neapolitan trip to the suburbs
Get your pizza fix at 450 Gradi, well worth a trip to suburban Lidingö. Famous for its Neapolitan pizzas baked at exactly 450 degrees is a special oven - the only of its kind in Scandinavia. The restaurant's lunch buffet is a great weekday alternative.
Dell'AttoreSkeppargatan 60, Östermalm
Dell'attore is considered to be one of Stockholm's best pizzerias. The restaurant's theatrical influences are apparent in the decor with glamorous movie star posters and cinema seats, paying tribute to the owner's background as an actor. The intimate space fills up quickly so be sure to book a table.
Omnipollos hattHökens Gata 3, Södermalm
Microbrewery where they really know their pizzas
Bagging a seat at the much-hyped Omnipollos hatt can be quite an art, but the creative hipster pizzas (and Omnipollo's own-brewed beers) make it worth the wait. Satisfy your cravings with pizzas topped with everything from goat chorizo to vanilla-marinated apricots, kimchi, fennel honey, sun-dried olives, juniper-smoked bacon and much more.
PixelEpistelvägen 1C, Solna
Neapolitan-style in Solna
This restaurant in Solna, just north of the city, makes pizzas just like in Naples. Using what's said to be the world's best pizza flour, the pizza dough cold-ferments for 72 hours before being baked in 450 degree ovens. Choose between everything from margheritas to "pizza bianche" and various vegan pizzas.
GirettoSankt Paulsgatan 2, Södermalm
Good value Giro sister restaurant
Giretto, on Nybrogatan, is run by the team behind Giro. Just like at Giro, Neapolitan pizzas take centre stage, although here the prices are slightly friendlier. The restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner and you order and pay for your pizzas at the counter.
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Grab a seat among the colourful bistro chairs and communal tables and find out what this rustic pizzeria in Vasastan is all about. Ingredients and flavours take centre stage on the small-scale menu, which filled with selected pizzas. Don't miss their New York-influenced sister restaurant in Södermalm which serves pizza slives and natural wine.
Bistro BananasSkånegatan 47, Södermalm
Lively in Södermalm
Bananas is run by the same people as Indigo and Babylon and it's always packed with locals craving pizza and beer. The Neapolitan pizzas are baked in an imported wood-fired oven and the flour they use comes from a small-scale mill that specialises in Neapolitan pizzas. The menu also includes other vegetarian and vegan dishes from all over the world.
GiroSveavägen 46, Norrmalm/City
Traditional yet innovative
Giro is the result of collaboration between Miss Clara and Da Michele, one of the oldest pizzerias in the world. Through the use of a unique leavening method their signature pizza dough is freshly made everyday, topped with San Marzano tomatoes and fior di latte mozzarella. The decor pays homage to the restaurant's genuine Italian heritage.
1889 Fast Fine PizzaMäster Samuelsgatan 18, Norrmalm/City
Michelin chefs in the MOOD mall
1889 inside the MOOD Stockholm shopping centre has luxurious interiors with black marble and colourful street art. Pizzas are ordered at the counter and baked in the oven for two minutes. The menu is small but exciting (four pizzas with tomato sauce, four without) and was created with the help of international Michelin-starred chefs.
Enzo'sLångholmsgatan 17-21, Hornstull/Södermalm
Italian trattoria meets sports bar
Enzo's fuses a classic trattoria-feel with a relaxed sports bar ambiance and is considered to serve some of the best pizzas in the city. Reasonably priced, with a wafer-thin crust and a generous heaping of cheese and tomatoes.
Il TempoHögbergsgatan 40, Södermalm
Genuine Neapolitan vibes
This Italian tavern has been a popular hangout since the 90's. Il Tempo and is famous for its wood-fired pizza oven and colour-popping red art-deco wallpaper. The kitchen fuses rustic Tuscan flavours with metropolitan influences.
BitzaHornstulls strand 13, Hornstull/Södermalm
Pizza from Palestine
Eat Palestinian pizzas and drink wine and coffee from Kersh Kafferosteri, which is run by the same owner. A perfect option if you fancy a change from classic Neapolitan pizzas. How about shawarma pizza, for example, or pizza with köfte?
Fat Frank'sKarlavägen 60, Östermalm
Little Italy in Östermalm
For a taste of the Italian neighbourhoods of New York, get down to Karlavägen and combine crispy pizzas with Italian wines at Fat Frank's, a pizzeria and wine bar with an intimate feel. You'll find classic pizzas on the menu along with slightly more modern variations such as chevre and fig.
The Italian Cousins2 addresses
Authentic pizza deli
This little deli is run by two Italian cousins and the counter is stuffed with square pizza slices with various toppings, made from ingredients sourced from small-scale producers. You can also order an espresso or combine your pizza with a glass of natural wine, microbrewed beer or perhaps an Aperol spritz.
Delibruket FlatbreadBergsgatan 1 (Vattentornet), Sundbyberg
This popular posh pizza destination is housed in an old water tower in Sundbyberg. Using organic and locally-produced ingredients, Delibruket Flatbread creates new flavour experiences, unlike anything you may previously have related to pizza. The crowd is mixed and they serve a wide selection of beers from local breweries.
Il Forno da GinoFridhemsgatan 41, Kungsholmen
Satisfy your pizza-cravings
ll Forno da Gino is a popular addition to Stockholm's culinary offering. The menu features sophisticated Italian fare such as homemade pasta and not-your-ordinary pizza. The relaxed ambiance makes Il Forna ideal for casual hangouts.
PazziÖstgötagatan 65, Södermalm
Neapolitan in Södermalm
This SoFo (South of Folkungagatan) restaurant serves Italian slow food in the form of slow-fermented Neapolitan pizzas. Choose from pizzas with or without tomato sauce or satisfy your cravings with a top-notch vegan pizza. Something for everyone, in other words.
Café Dello SportPålsundsgatan 8, Hornstull/Södermalm
Authentic pizza favourite in Hornstull
A well-loved and laid-back little regulars' haunt in Hornstull with an authentic Italian feel. Sure, it's a sports bar of sorts, but you can also come here to eat breakfast or - of course - to sate your hunger with one of the popular Italian pizzas served here.
Ciao Ciao GrandeStorgatan 11, Östermalm
Ciao Ciao's flagship restaurant
Ciao Ciao has a long-standing reputation for their excellent wood-fired, Italian pizzas served at their branches around Stockholm. Their flagship restaurant right by Östermalmstorg serves more than just pizza, although these continue to be incredibly popular.