Adam and Albin: Our 5 favorite Stockholm restaurants
Publish date: 26 April 2023
Chefs and restauranteurs Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman share their top picks from Stockholm's restaurant scene.
Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman are two of Stockholm and Sweden's most in-demand chefs and restaurants. The duo started a culinary studio/pop-up restaurant in 2014, which was turned into the now Michelin-starred Adam/Albin in 2016. In 2019 they branched out with the Japanese restaurant and bar Misshumasshu, and in 2023 they embarked on a new gastronomic adventure. Solen, their latest restaurant, opened in mid-April in what is envisioned to be the next hot spot for culinary experiences; Hus 26 in Slakthusområdet.
We had a little chat with Adam and Albin, and asked them about their personal favorites in Stockholm
"Classic Sturehof has a really metropolitan vibe. It's always lively and vibrant. As far as large dining room experiences go, it's probably the finest Stockholm has. A favorite for us both."
"Opened by three chefs, Miyakidori is a fairly new restaurant. Their specialty is yakitori, Japanese barbecued skewers. It's one of those places that you instinctively feel is a real passion project, run by people who love what they do."
"Another great example of a place opened by a couple of chefs, that had a dream of opening their first restaurant, and are now living that dream. It makes the experience so much more personal and warm."
"Like Solen, Restaurang AG is located in a large repurposed space. It has a cool industrial vibe, and the space might seem a little awkward at first [the restaurant is located in a former jewelry factory], but has a warm and welcoming atmosphere."
"An excellent hole-in-the-wall restaurant. Is located near Adam/Albin and is always a great place to pop in for a bit or something to drink."