Lunch is known to be the biggest meal of the day in Sweden, where most restaurants provide open buffets with fixed prices. A typical day for a Swede cannot be complete without the ‘Fika’ break, where a Swedish coffee ritual takes place. Traditionally it is served in the afternoons along with a cinnamon bun. Sweden has certainly many other savory foods other than meatballs. Swedes love to eat meat, seafood and potatoes while burgers are a passion for many of them. ‘Knäckebröd’ and wild cranberry jam ‘lingon’ are among the most consumed snacks. Then, surströmming, a fermented Baltic sea herring, and eel are some of the local Stockholm dishes. There are so many good restaurants, coffee shops and bars in the city that appeals to diverse tastes. Make sure to have a look at our list to taste the best foods in town:
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