Vegan restaurants in Stockholm
Updated 24 Oct 2019
The information in this guide may be affected by covid-19.
More and more people are becoming vegans and the vegan trend is growing in kitchens at home as well as out at restaurants. Pure vegan restaurants focusing on healthy plant-based food are opening all the time, while more and more "ordinary" restaurants are choosing to include not just vegetarian options but also vegan ones on their menus. We've rounded up the best vegan restaurants in Stockholm.
Popular healthfood café
Mahalo opened their first healthfood café on Hornsgatan and it wasn't long before Stockholmers were queuing up to order one of their famous bowls. They now have a second branch on Odengatan and they serve vegan salads, burgers, smoothie bowls, wraps and rawfood. It's often very busy around breakfast and lunch time and some people stay all day.
Kale & CraveRoslagsgatan 2, Vasastan
One of the guys from Swedish House Mafia, Sebastian Ingrosso, is one of the owners of Kale & Crave. Their aim is to offer fast, simple food in the form of various kale-based dishes, without compromising on flavour or quality. The restaurant is on Roslagsgatan, where its neighbours include Buco Nero and Babette, and you can pop in for a cup of coffee or a post-work drink.
Ling LongRiddargatan 6, Östermalm
Inside hip Story Hotel you'll find this restaurant which has been proudly serving a completely vegan lunch menu for some time. Hotel guests as well as work colleagues and groups of friends find their way to Ling Long, and the menu includes both hot and cold dishes.
Dirty VeganSödermannagatan 53, Södermalm
Completely vegan in Södermalm
Dirty Vegan is, just as the name suggests, a totally vegan restaurant in Södermalm, run by the people behind Greasy Spoon. You'll find small dishes and several main courses on the menu, as well as various accompaniments and sweet treats to go with your coffee or for dessert. The drinks list is extensive and includes cocktails, wine, beer and non-alcoholic options.
FröjdasSkeppsmäklargatan 5, Hammarby sjöstad
Vegan small dishes
Fröjdas in Hammarby Sjöstad serves vegan and gluten-free small dishes, inspired by international cuisine. Their intention is that even the most hardened carnivore won't miss meat for a second. All their ingredients are completely organic and their snug decor, with several indoor trees, makes you feel as though you're eating outside even in the dead of winter.
HermansFjällgatan 23, Södermalm
Herman's restaurant in Södermalm has been around since long before the latest vegetarian and vegan trend. Guests can enjoy a vegetarian buffet, where most of the food is vegan, at both lunch and dinner. In the summer months you can sit outside in their leafy garden and enjoy the views over Stockholm.
Fern & FikaLångholmsgatan 11, Hornstull/Södermalm
This café in Hornstull serves a completely vegan selection of sandwiches, salads, rawfood and smoothies. Lots of people come here to sit and work and during Lent you can try one of their famous vegan semlor Lenten buns.
Lao WaiLuntmakargatan 74, Vasastan
Vegan from China
Lao Wai is a Chinese restaurant which serves completely vegan dishes, free from eggs, dairy products and gluten. The flavours are mainly from the Sichuan province and Taiwanese cuisine.
My VeginaNorrtullsgatan 21, Vasastan
Vegan deli near Odenplan
My Vegina opened up its doors in 2018. As the name suggests, they serve a totally vegan menu, focusing on bowls and smoothies. There are a few tables to sit at and in the summer months you can enjoy your food on the bench outside.
Minh MatOdengatan 94, Vasastan
At Minh Mat, vegan food is given equal billing. Vegan and vegetarian dishes are as important to them as meat and fish dishes. The restaurant is run by Minh Du Alneng, award-winning cookbook author.
FalafelbarenHornsgatan 39, Södermalm
Stockholm's first falafel bar
Falafelbaren opened in the summer of 2013 and since then they're been feeding hungry Stockholmers homemade felafel. There are often queues around lunch time, with just a few places to sit inside and outside, but you can always take away. Their felafels are served with fermented red cabbage, pickles, tomato, cucumber and tahini sauce and you can also order them as a salad.