Looking for romantic restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Stockholm? We’ve got you covered. Stockholm has some beautiful historic restaurants as well as modern spots with menus that will impress your date to no end. Whether you want intimate vibes with champagne or are more of a buzzy cocktail lover, these places are perfect for V-Day.
Here’s our top picks…
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One of the most stylish restaurants for Valentine’s Day in Stockholm is NISCH, where you’ll enjoy a 6-course set menu of local ingredients alongside natural wines. This is exceptional dining without any fuss – just simple and natural ingredients and design that shines through.
This is surely one of the most memorable locations you’ll ever dine in. The historic restaurant’s seven beautiful underground vaults span across five buildings, along Nygränd and down to Skeppsbron.
Red brick cellar rooms are intimate and private, with a menu of Swedish-French cuisine.
This historic restaurant has gone from being a fish market hall during the Middle Ages to a potato storage house in the 18th century and wine house in the 19th century. Today it’s the beautiful and lavish Moulin Rouge-inspired restaurant Le Rouge.
Tax is a restaurant, a raw bar, and a rooftop bar all in one, so you can enjoy a romantic meal and then linger over a cocktail or two. The menu mixes Japanese techniques and Swedish ingredients with a breathtaking view of central Stockholm. With dishes such as Hamachi from Denmark, daikon radish, ponzu and Hibiscus, you’ll be in foodie heaven.
Ekstedt is a creative restaurant that cooks food over open flames only; no gas stove – only natural heat, soot, ash, smoke and fire. Dishes are Nordic-inspired, such as celeriac, lobster and rowan berries cooked on a birch fire. Add in sleek vibes with dark, intimate decor and it’s date night central.
If this restaurant doesn’t get sparks flying, then we don’t know what will.
Haven’t had the honour of being invited to the annual Nobel Prize dinner at this elegant restaurant? Don’t worry, you can still woo your date with dishes from all of the Nobel menus that have been served since 1901. This year’s main course is a tasty duck stuffed with black chanterelles and lemon thyme, potatoes with caramelised garlic, spiced pickled golden beetroot and a roast duck jus.
Well-known Swedish chefs Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman offer a five-course tasting menu, focused around simplicity and sustainability. The menu changes daily depending on ingredients but expect beautiful dishes (think: white truffle and beef tartar on butter-fried toast) and a stellar wine list. If you want a night out at a restaurant that you’ll remember for a long time, come here.