Nybrogatan 38 is perfect for breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner. I could eat here all day, every day and not get sick of anything! And that’s a very rare quality for a restaurant. Nybrogatan 38’s kitchen is inspired by southern European and Swedish cooking. The atmosphere is very homey yet elegant, and the pricing is often around 200 SEK. I can almost guarantee that everybody will find something to their liking here.
I’m a huge fan of their big and hearty salads, and no, they’re not boring at all! They’re filled with delicious ingredients and if Nybrogatan 38’s salads don’t fill you up – I’d be impressed. I recommend their Grilled Beef Salad (225 SEK), but if you’re looking to try something more traditionally Swedish I’d recommend Nybrogatan 38’s luxurious variant of Swedish meatballs with mashed potatoes, brown sauce and lingonberries (185 SEK).
It is possible to get a table if you just stop by, but if you want to be sure to get a seat you should really book a table in advance via their website. If the restaurant is full you can also try Nytorget 6 (Södermalm) or Österlånggatan 17 (The Old Town), which are sister restaurants with basically the same menu. Actually, Österlånggatan 17 is very cozy and beautiful (though a bit noisy), and you’ll get to see parts of the Old Town as well! Nytorget 6 is also really nice, although I often think it’s a bit too noisy.