Hi! I am a strict vegetarian from the US traveling with 3 other family members (besides myself 2 others are from the US, the 4th is Swedish) who are non-veggie and not very picky :) I have read many reviews of veggie restaurants in Stockholm but I am specifically looking for recommendations for restaurants that are not veggie but have vegan options (I am not strictly vegan but I do not like cheese, I just don't, I know this is unusual. Also, I eat eggs in baked dishes but do not like eggs on their own or eggy dishes such as quiches, popovers, or french toast). I am looking for options beyond just a salad, preferably a restaurant with one or two vegetarian options that are not just salads and not pre-made dishes containing cheese. (Pizzas are options as long as I can order them without cheese as well as any other dish that is made to order and can omit the cheese).
I know this is a lot to ask for and I have been reading TONS of reviews and restaurant menus online. I understand that it is my responsibility (as it is with anyone who has dietary restrictions) to make sure dishes are compatible with my diet and I am trying to do as much research in advance as I can. I am trying to learn some basic Swedish in order to get around and I am trying to learn what words I should look out for on menus and avoid or use to help Servers help me find dishes I can eat.
That being said, I was hoping someone may be kind enough and able to offer some suggestions based on their experience in Stockholm. It would be helpful for me to be able to ultimately compile at least a small list of restaurants for each area we visit (we are not sure yet what areas we want to visit, we're still in the planning stages so any recommendations are welcome) that are enjoyable options for all of us in advance so we don't waste time trying to read menus that will not be applicable to us all (we have done this in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, NYC, Maryland, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, etc... it is always helpful to know options in advance). I want create a list of as many possibilities in advance so as to be prepared and be able to spend our time shopping, appreciating the scenery, and enjoying our time together instead of wasting time by struggling to read menus.
That all being said, my family is not opposed to 1 or 2 meals at entirely vegetarian restaurants as long as they are very good.
Thank you for any help you may offer, it will be sincerely appreciated! :)