Welcome to Restaurant Stadshuskällaren
We are located in the beautiful Stockholm City hall, serving contemporary Swedish dishes inspired by wildlife and local produce.
We create contemporary Swedish dishes with inspiration drawn from the wildlife of the north via the west coast’s fish and seafood to the crops of the southern regions. We cherish Swedish culinary traditions and we work closely with our network of breeders, growers and producers throughout Sweden. Magnus Santesson and his team wish you a warm welcome to Restaurant Stadshuskällaren.
Á la carte menu or Nobel menu?!
Our à la carte and Nobel menus are served in the evenings Wednesdays – Saturdays. We look forward to seeing you then!Our Food
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We make sure that your visit to us will be a memorable experience in a historic and beautiful setting, regardless of the size of your party.Read more
NOBEL EVENING AT STADSHUSKÄLLAREN
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to enjoy the famous and legendary Nobel menu? Now you can experience that. As the only restaurant in the world, Stadshuskällaren offers all Nobel menus from 1901 and onwards. With a complete Nobel menu served on the original tableware designed by Karin Björquist and Gunnar Cyrén it is a unique experience.
You can eat the 2022 Nobel dinner here at Stadshuskällaren. The Nobel menu is created by chef Jimmi Eriksson and pastry chef Annie Hesselstad. The menu can be ordered for two people or more.
Nobel menus from 1901 to 2019 can be prepared for groups of minimum 10 guests. Please contact us and we will tell you more.Read more
Stadshuskällaren’s classic Christmas smorgasbord is a traditional Swedish Christmas smorgasbord that also offers surprises. The whole buffet is divided in three parts, a buffet of pickled herring and cold meats, delicious hot dishes and a “gottebord” of sweets and cookies.Read more
Restaurant Stadshuskällaren was opened in 1922 and has a strong tradition. This is the only restaurant in the world at which you can enjoy all of the Nobel menus from the past served on Nobel porcelain.Read more