Whenever I feel that omelet and cheese is not the type of breakfast I’m craving, Petite France is the place: croissant with jam, coffee or tea and glass of juice. That’s the French breakfast on the menu of Petite France. If your sugar cravings are not yet satisfied, then you can choose between pain au chocolat, madeleine and of course macarons, all freshly baked, plus a series of amazing cakes.
Despite the name, Petite France, also serves classic Swedish and British breakfasts. The place is open from 7:00 in the morning till the evening, and one can stop by lunch (the lunch menu is separate). On sunny spring mornings, one can even buy coffee, pastries and bread to go and have a picnic somewhere else, in a park like the nearby Rålambshovsparken for example.
Petite France is located basically on Nörr Mälarstrand, a nice promenade by the water ending at the Stadshuset (City Hall), and it could be a good combo for a morning sightseeing of Stockholm.
Moreover, not to break a solid French tradition, from Tuesday to Saturday 17:00 – 22:00 Petite France becomes a bistro (check the website for reservations).