It’s winter in Stockholm! When I woke up this morning the whole city was covered in snow. Okay, so you have to wear more clothes than desired, but the postcard-perfect sights are even more beautiful this way.
One of the best things I know to do this season is to see Stockholm from the water.
Seeing Stockholm from the water during the cold months is unique and at least as magical as during a high summer day. The fresh, clean air, the calm, beautiful landscape, the shifting colors of nature, and the special silence all contribute to a unique experience. Read more about boat tours in Stockholm>>
Want to stay inside?
The F12 Group has opened three new restaurants in Stockholm this year. As usual when it comes to F12 the restaurants all have different orientations and are placed in creative environments:
Köttbaren – the meat bar – continues on the ongoing meat trend in Stockholm. Köttbaren is made up of three things: a restaurant, a boutique and a bar that all specializes in meat. The establishment is located on Tegnergatan in central Stockholm.
Ever heard of plank steak? This Hungarian dish has over the year been Swedified and is now considered a Swedish classic, much like béarnaise sauce and macaronis with falukorv (falu sausage). At Villa Godthem out on Djurgården plank steak became a hit the instant the restaurant re-opened its 19th century doors. This is a perfect place to spend the winter evenings.
Miss Voon in central Stockholm is a modern restaurant combining taste from all the Asian cuisines, but with a European basis – freshness, simplicity and a distinct character in taste. Miss Voon also has a sashimibar that serves raw fish and seafood. If you’re not planning to eat, enjoy a drink at the bar.