I think this was the very first place I had lunch at when I first moved to Stockholm, and the dish in the picture above Chilaquiles (146 SEK) – Crispy tortilla with chipotle sauce, sour cream, poached eggs, avocado, grated goat cheese and chorizo – was like a revelation to me! It’s gluten free and can also be served vegetarian. A lot of Delimundo’s dishes are actually gluten and lactose-free, and made with organic ingredients.
The food is cooked from scratch with both traditional and new influences on elements from parts of South America, and they serve drinks such as Pisco, Teuquila, Mezcal and beer from Peru, Colombia and Mexico. Unfortunately for me, Delimundo serves a lot of fish dishes which I’m not a fan of (I know, I just don’t like it okay?), but even though the Ceviche is always the focal point they also serve some great non-fish dishes. And for you fish lovers out there – my friends can vouch for those dishes as well.
Delimundo’s simple and charming interior doesn’t give you any hints that they serve excellent food. The local is very small so I’d recommend you go here for lunch – but be aware that it might be quite full during rush hours.
The kitchen closes one hour before the restaurant does.