A restaurant institution in historic surroundings in leafy Djurgården, Hasselbacken serves breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. The restaurant is part of the hotel with the same name, and conferences, parties and events can all be arranged here.
Hasselbacken has a long history and is now part of Pop House Sweden, whose Pop House Hotel and ABBA The Museum are just a stone's throw away. It was here the famous Hasselback potato was created in 1953. Classic Nordic food with a modern twist takes centre stage. The restaurant is open all year round and during the summer months you can sit out on the sunny terrace.