Stockholm, Sweden

#1
I'm visiting Stockholm, Sweden for a few days and wondered if any ARRSErs who had visited this city had any up to date recommendations of good restaurants to eat at. Also compiling a list of places to sightsee so any thoughts on what is worth seeing or a disappointment. Any tips that might help a first-time visitor to this city make the trip more worthwhile would be appreciated.
 

jarrod248

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#2
I'm visiting Stockholm, Sweden for a few days and wondered if any ARRSErs who had visited this city had any up to date recommendations of good restaurants to eat at. Also compiling a list of places to sightsee so any thoughts on what is worth seeing or a disappointment. Any tips that might help a first-time visitor to this city make the trip more worthwhile would be appreciated.
Don't come back.
 
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Aleegee1698

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#3
A disappointment might be you looking at yourself in a Swedish mirror. Besides that, stop bragging that you are "leaving the Island" for greener grassed abodes.

Yülcim Ciffji does a cracking Doner Kepap on the Bahnhoef Stockholm

Hope this helps

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#5
Is that euthanasia clinic in Sweden?
Switzerland.

Edit: Why not also try the Kungliga slottet? It's their version of Buckingham Palace. I've wanted to see it myself for a while.
 
#7
Call this 'bragging' Aleegee. It's just a mini break. As for the doner kebab - not really interested in tasting Turkish influenced dishes. Although I believe Turkish restaurants are hugely popular there. I want rollmop herrings, smorgasbord and meatballs.

ShDrMa: Stockholm Palace - yes on my list, looks spectacular. Aswell as Gamla Stan.
 

jarrod248

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#8
Call this 'bragging' Aleegee. It's just a mini break. As for the doner kebab - not really interested in tasting Turkish influenced dishes. Although I believe Turkish restaurants are hugely popular there. I want rollmop herrings, smorgasbord and meatballs.

ShDrMa: Stockholm Palace - yes on my list, looks spectacular. Aswell as Gamla Stan.
I'm glad SAGA are doing you a trip out. Pensioners do deserve a treat, pack plenty of rennies.
 
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Aleegee1698

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#11
Call this 'bragging' Aleegee. It's just a mini break. As for the doner kebab - not really interested in tasting Turkish influenced dishes. Although I believe Turkish restaurants are hugely popular there. I want rollmop herrings, smorgasbord and meatballs.

ShDrMa: Stockholm Palace - yes on my list, looks spectacular. Aswell as Gamla Stan.
I was just signing orf, no time for a 10 minute argument.

funny that you, LB, MrRandom, and AMMM have nt been on lately,...........ehm, Black Bag the faithful Border-Bin-liner must investigate.

Edit: Sorry, missed that, I bet (in Italics) you want meatballs
 
#13
I was just signing orf, no time for a 10 minute argument.

funny that you, LB, MrRandom, and AMMM have nt been on lately,...........ehm, Black Bag the faithful Border-Bin-liner must investigate.
Ehhhh you've got sock puppets on the brain. Don't bother hacking my phone you won't find references to the above.
 
#14
Roll Mops and Meat Balls are available in IKEA, the bar bill in Sweden will kill you.
 
#15
Sorry for this serious reply ..... The "Wasa" ship is amazing. Its a 17 centrury (if I remember correctly) warship (so 100% wood) that sank on its maiden voyage. However, it has now been restored and is on view in its museum.

Fascinating - the sheer size of it.
 
#17
Sometimes Jarrod, I get the feeling you really don't like him/her/it or whatever the **** it wants to be this week!
 

The_Duke

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#18
Take money - lots and lots of it.

The restaurant/bar "Fish" is pretty good and deemed good value for money in Stockholm terms. Fish and chips at the bar plus two small glasses of wine will set you back around £40.00.

Enjoy!
 
#19
Thanks for the serious replies Phibeck and The Duke. Never been to Sweden so will enjoy the experience. As for the fat wallet - already in hand.

The Duke: Don't suppose you have any address details or swedish name on said restaurant you mentioned?
 
#20
Thoroughly recommend Stockholm as a mini city break, not only city attractions but the archipelagos are worth visiting. The hotel provided a smorgasbord breakfast to die for and keep you going til dinner. What can I say about the "swedes" - friendly; welcoming; neck-achingly tall; exquisite english accent; and have an enviable economy. Regardless of how expensive it is, a return visit is a must.
 

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