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Paul Svenssons' guide to eco friendly places in Stockholm

Looking for an ecological restaurant in Stockholm? These are the places Paul Svensson would send you to.

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Volt

For friends of fine dining, Paul Svensson recommends Volt in Östermalm. Volt serves food made of ingredients from ecologically responsible suppliers, including their wines that come from small vineyards. The natural way.

Volt

Kommendörsgatan 16, Stockholm

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Kalf & Hansen

Is it Nordic? Is it ecological? Is it fast food? Yes! Yes! Yes! Kalf and Hansen use locally produced ingredients as much as possible and whatever can’t be produced in Sweden, they import from environmentally--responsible producers. Want Swedish meatballs (or veggie frikadeller)? They don’t get much more Swedish than this.

Kalf & Hansen

Rörstrandsgatan 3, Stockholm

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Petrus

Many say it’s the best bakery in Sweden and put their money where their mouths are as they commit to standing in line in the mornings for their daily bread.

Petrus

Swedenborgsgatan 4B, Stockholm

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Drop coffee

If it’s coffee you want, drop in at Drop Coffee. They’ve made 
it their mission to drip the best coffee you can imagine. Co-owner Joanna Alm has finished in the top five in the World Coffee Roasting Champion
ships three times in the past four years.

Drop coffee

Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10, Stockholm

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Photo: Rosendahls trädgård

Rosendahls trädgård och café

In the middle of the Rosendahl garden in the Djurgården park, you’ll find a café and some peace of mind. Their own gardeners pick up ingredients from their biodynamically grown garden, and, if you take a cab home, you can be sure it’ll be an 
electric car.

Rosendahls trädgård och café

Rosendalsterrassen 12, Stockholm

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Reggev Hummus

As the name suggests, 
Reggev has built its operation around hummus and with 13 years in the business, they are the masters of their craft. “Their plant-based menu is also reasonably priced,” Svensson says.

Reggev Hummus

Ringvägen 145, Stockholm

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Rutabaga

Svensson’s old boss, 1997 Bocuse d’Or winner Mathias Dahlgren, is out to create the next generation of cuisine, based on plants. Oh, the restaurant itself is at the Grand Hotel, which adds a nice touch.

Rutabaga

S. Blasieholmshamnen 6, Stockholm

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