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Stockholm Food Tour

Highlights
  • 4-hour Stockholm food tour, led by a local guide
  • Visit food markets, stalls and eateries to sample tasty Swedish delicacies and learn about the national cuisine
  • Explore Östermalms Saluhall, Stockholm’s oldest food hall
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Stockholm Food Tour
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Overview
Sample the best of Stockholm's cuisine on this 4-hour walking tour. With a food-loving local guide and an intimate group of 12 people, learn about the evolution of Swedish cuisine from traditional smoked reindeer to the cosmopolitan city's contemporary cuisine. Taste some fresh local seafood and sip some decadent hot chocolate. Dig in a modern version of Swedish meatballs and sample a traditional Swedish fika, or after-dinner coffee and treat combination. Stop by Õstermalms Saluhall, the city's oldest food market, as well as K25, a modern urban food court.
What to Expect
Seek out your guide at Õstermalms Saluhall, the oldest food market in Stockholm, where many businesses have been passed down through multiple family generations. Admire the intricate carvings on the interior wooden walls and eaves, which have been well-preserved for centuries. 

Munch on some modern Swedish meatballs, slightly changed and much healthier than their traditional counterpart, but just as tasty. Then continue your tour with a stroll through Stureplan, an area that most tourists skip. At Kungsgatan, check out K25, an urban food court packed with Stockholm's hip young residents. Try some of the local seafood and sip a glass of white wine while you do some interesting people-watching. 

Take the chill off with a visit to Chokoladfabriken for their legendary hot chocolate, made with 65% cocoa and cardamom. Then pause at Hõtorgshallen to peruse the market stalls filled with Swedish delicacies and fresh produce. At the P&B Delikatesser, taste a dizzying array of homemade products like truffles, traditional Swedish licorice and cloudberry jam.

Hit up Husmans Deli for some artisan cheese, then visit Fagel & Vilt for cured meats like smoked reindeer and elk salami. Wash it down with some Norrlands Guld beer and chase it with some fresh fruit from Lisbeth Janson Frukt & Grunt. 

Walk the cobblestone streets of Gamla Stan, Stockholm's Old Town, and pause at a candy store before heading to your last tasting: a traditional Swedish fika. The nation's favorite mid-afternoon or evening break consists of a kanelbullar and a strong coffee. 

With a full stomach and lots of ideas about where you'll want to eat on the rest of your Swedish holiday, you'll bid farewell to your guide after this 4-hour tour.
Reviews (126)
1 - 5 of 14 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
An excellent look at Stockholm from the perspective of a local

Yesterday we had Soma as our guide for this tour. She took us to seven different local establishments where we tasted an excellent variety of local cuisine. The information she provided along the route was most interesting. Our group of six was a good size...More

Thank Lorna P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interesting and delicious food

Our guide Soma was interesting and knowledgeable not just about Swedish food but also the City in general and always stopped to point out interesting locations or events as we walked through the city as well as helping with other questions and being very approachable....More

Thank David M
Reviewed 12 August 2018 via mobile
Careful booking in advance

Couldn’t make it due to missed connection at 2pm day before in Paris. Was hoping for consideration. Either buy something when you get to destination or by a more flexible excursion the first day. We got negative customer service from Them.

2  Thank menuchef
Reviewed 5 August 2018
Good food, but disappointing experience

Our tour group was supposed to be 12 people, and we ended up as a group of 17. It was too many people and sometimes hard to hear our guide, who was friendly and knowledgeable. The food we tried was quite good, but the four-hour...More

2  Thank Emmalyn Y
Reviewed 26 July 2018
Good way to find out about Swedish Food

Interesting tour with plenty of tastings giving a good overview of food available in Sweden. Good selection of foods and drink. Interesting to find out about local eating customs. Four hours well spent. Our guide Lina was knowledgeable but needs to ensure all members of...More

2  Thank 548KimG
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bokum2018
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Response from Stef2230 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure where the cruise ships dock but the tour starts at the Östermalm food hall and there is an underground station Calle Östermalmstrong (line 14 & 13)
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