It’s easy to accidentally walk pass Kamarina, due to the dull and grey facade that isn’t yelling for attention. But the outside really isn’t a reflection of the inside – rather the opposite.
The genuine feeling that Kamarina emits isn’t just imaginary, it really is one of the first Greek restaurants that opened in Stockholm and has been kept going by the same family this whole time. For me this is a perfect Sunday dinner restaurant – the warm atmosphere along with peaceful Greek music, takes your mind on vacation and lures you into that welcoming tiredness.
Kamarina has kept my favourite dish on the menu for ages – called the “vegetarian plate”. It’s fully loaded with various yummy dips and vegetables as well as their delicious potato chips. Typical me, it’s the only dish I’ve ever tried, but the restaurant has got good reviews so I bet the rest of the menu is just as worth trying. Make sure you arrive hungry though – the portions are huge.
Note that Kamarina has two separate dining parts and entrances: the one to the right is bigger and best suited for a major group, whilst the smaller part to the left is where you should go to enjoy an intimate meal, eye to eye.