Publish date: 12 May 2021
Sweet, salty. Dessert or savory. The Stockholm archipelago has many flavor combinations to choose from.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swedish government has restricted the sale of alcohol in bars and restaurants, until May 17. All restaurants and bars must close at 8.30 pm (20.30). This might lead to some restaurants and bars not opening at all.
The proximity to nature is reflected in the cuisine of the archipelago, which of course means lots of delicious fish and seafood. Fried herring potato puré, green peas, lingonberry jam, and clarified butter is a must! But generally speaking, the area's restaurants take pride in serving regional dishes in their original environment. And anyone who wants to fill up their pantry with locally produced delicacies has much to chose from; locally produced beer, apple must, cheese, chocolate and much more.