Pat’s Place – Thai Tapas

Pat's Place Stockholm

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Pat’s Place – Thai Tapas

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Bjorn from Stockholm

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As far as I know, this is the only Thai restaurant in Stockholm serving their food tapas style. Pat’s Place is an intimate and laid-back little restaurant in the area of Södermalm. It is the perfect spot for a date night or going out with friends to try out different foods. I can guarantee the authenticity of flavours and genuine spiced food. It is really nice being at Pat’s, sharing food, having a few beers and chilling.

There are some dishes I have to eat every time I go. The papaya salad, Laab (minced chicken) and the spicy Thai sausage. For me a perfect combo. There are plenty of dishes if you eat vegetarian too. The menu is small but has great dishes to choose from. This is not your typical Thai restaurant, and you’ll not find any pad thai on the menu.

Every week they have a special lunch menu too. They have nicely crafted cocktails, too, all served with Thai flavours. Try a Thai Mojito flavoured with lemongrass; it is really, really good.

The restaurant is cozy and warm, and the staff is very nice. Coming to Pat’s Place is a visit not to be rushed. Let it take time, and enjoy your company. The food will be served as soon as one dish is ready. There should be no stress; just relax and eat good food.  Pat’s Place is still a bit of a hidden gem, but remember to make reservations as there are few seats.

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Bjorn from Stockholm

Bjorn Hermansson photo

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Address

Folkungagatan 140, Stockholm

Telephone number

+4686442272

Opening Times

Tue - Thu 16:00 - 22:00, Fri 16:00 - 23:00, Sat 12:00 - 23:00, Sun 12:00 - 22:00

Price

One dish: SEK 100

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