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Eating out

Restaurants

Swedish restaurants have a double life. At lunchtime, they serve cheap lunch menus with a salad, bread, main course, drink and coffee. In the evening, meals are à la carte and more expensive.

Kiosks (korvkiosk)

The great Swedish classic: sausages (korv) boiled (kokt) or grilled (grillad), served in a soft bread roll with ketchup and sweet mustard.


Shopping

Neighbourhoods

Designer land – Östermalm

Young creators – Södermalm, around SoFo (Söder om Folkungagatn) district.

Shopping high street – Västerlånggatan Street, in Gamla Stan, and its extension in Norrmalm, Drottninggatan.

Antiques and vintage markets – Odenplan.

Opening times

Most shops are open 7/7, but operate shorter opening hours at weekends.

Sales

Just after Christmas and at the start of the summer.

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