Brunch in a Classic American Diner Setting

In the Linné neighbourhood you’ll find the popular American Diner Egg & Milk. Eggs are served in all forms and you will find classic milkshakes, freshly squeezed juices, yoghurt, pancakes, bagels and coffee on the menu. The American 50s decor makes the visit an experience in itself. In the weekends it’s good to come early to secure a table.

Brunch all day long on Linnégatan

Avocado sandwiches, poached eggs, mushroom toast, French toast and American pancakes are served every day at Brunchoteket on Linnégatan. Several brunch dishes are meat free, and can be enjoyed with the restaurant’s freshly squeezed juices, smoothies or a cup of freshly brewed coffee.

Veggie Brunch at Café Hängmattan

At Café Hängmattan in Musikens Hus there is a popular brunch buffet in the weekends. Here they focus on fresh produce, and everything is vegetarian and vegan. Enjoy the healthier or slightly less healthy options and maybe top it all up with a glass of bubbles. Having a luxurios and affordable brunch surrounded by friendly people – is there any better way to spend the weekend?

Modern Flavours from around the Globe

Brunch by Ben at Radisson Blu Scandinavia offers a perfect balance of sweet, savoury and fresh flavours. The pancakes instantly brings you back to that pancake place in the East Village, while the next bite sends you to a crowded patisserie in Montmartre. You sip your cocktail and the brunch turns into a mini-weekend.

Norda – Brunch Bonanza in the Old Post House

The restaurant Norda is located on the second floor of Clarion Hotel Post. The sumptuous brunch includes no less than a buffet of starters, followed by an à la carte main course of your choice and (you guessed it!) a loaded dessert table, by the award-winning head pastrycook Patrik Fredriksson. As a bonus, you can hit the DIY-bar to mix your own complimentary Virgin Mary (non-alcoholic, but with stronger beverages available for purchase). Table reservations are highly recommended.

Boulebar – Bonjour Brunch (and Boule)

The brunch at Boulebar is the perfect choice when you want to include an activity with family or friends. Decide if you want to start with a game of (indoor) boule or at your table. The menu  is loaded with French delicacies and sweets to suit young and old. The menu is seasonal, but you can always count on finding plenty of baguettes, cheese and croissants. Children under the age of five eat for free (and the price is discounted until they turn 15). Read more about the brunch at Boulebar.

Brunch at HAK

Here you can enjoy delicious salads, meaty delicacies directly from the Rotisserie and cheese and cured meats of all kinds. Children up to twelve years pay 10 SEK per year. Read more on HAK’s website.

Teishoku – Japanese Brunch at Vrå

Teishoku is the heart of the Japanase food culture, and is made up of miso soup, steamed rice, fried fish and pickled vegetables. Vrå’s interpretation is based on locally and sustainably grown ingredients, with something sweet and green tea to finish off your meal. Itadakimasu!

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