Very good food for very low (for Stockholm) prices. Especially good are meatballs. Visit it when you come to Djugarden
it is a good place to chill after a lot of museum going. the food is fine but nothing to write home about. the desserts are mass produced and very uniform looking. coffee and tea very good quality though. it is help yourself service in every way. it is the setting that makes this place a must go too in... More
Fresh buffet, home made bread and deserts! Beautiful and relaxed garden, most people go there for the garden and brunch after a walk on the Island.
Good food value for money and a wide selection of delicious cakes in a cosy environment close to main Tourist attractions in Stockholm on Djurgården. Good place for a family lunch or dinner or for a coffee with friends.
We thoroughly enjoyed our first meal here after a visit to the Vasa museum and we went back for another the following day after we visited the Skansen museum. The food is good simple food and the cafe/restaurant is in a lovely courtyard setting. The prices were good and the self service efficient (They took our order whilst we queued... More
This is a no-frills type of place that if you're looking for a fine dining experience will disappoint. If, however, you don't mind self-service and want cheap, well cooked, authentic Swedish dishes, with some rather yummy desserts, you won't be disappointed. It took a little while to get our heads around the fact we had to order and wait for... More
You can pick the cakes you want from a table. Very tasty. Nice place. Quiet and relaxing. Dinner is also good. We sat inside because a litle bit cold wind.
Was there with my family after a lovely day in Djurgården We had traditional swedish food All of us had different meals and all taste great. Service attentive See Roland what a guy!!! He ll take care of you. Grettings Romeo
Had a quick lunch with my wife after doing the Abba Museum next door. A nice sunny day made the place look lovely, and sure brings people out. We only had snacks - soup for Cait and a roll for me, and a cappuccino each, but all were very good - in particular the tomato and coriander soup. The food... More
Bla Porten is right next door to the newly opened Abba museum and they must be making plenty of Money Money Money on the back of it!! The day we visited it was raining so were unable to sit outside in the beautiful courtyard. There was plenty of indoor seating and it was extremely busy but we eventually managed to... More
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