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In 1909 Henri Androuët set up his first cheese store in Paris; in 1997 the Stockholm shop opened. In this excellent shop you'll find more than 100 different...

Nybrogatan 6

Cajsa Warg


Cajsa Warg was a famous Swedish chef at the beginning of the 20th century, known for her creative cooking. This shop, which has a large takeaway menu, uses...

Renstiernas Gata 20

Ejes Chokladfabrik


The mocha nougat and Irish coffee truffles alone are worth the trip to this traditional chocolatier, which was established in 1923. Everything is made by...

Erik Dahlbergsgatan 25

English Shop


All the tea (Tetley, Twinings, Typhoo), biscuits (Ginger Snaps, Digestives, Jaffa Cakes) and other British treats you could ever want. Decent prices, and...

Söderhallarna 134

Hong Kong Trading


There are quite a few Asian food shops nearby and friendly Hong Kong Trading is one of the biggest. It has a well-assorted stock of noodles and herbs and a...

Olofsgaten 5


Critics' choice

The best bread in Stockholm. The cakes are outstanding too, but it's Johan Sörberg's sourdough loaves that the locals love. There are a handful of small...

Riddargatan 15

Sibyllans Kaffe & Tehandel


When the wind comes from the south you can smell the heady fragrance of Sibyllans ten blocks away. This family-run shop dates back to World War I and the...

Sibyllegatan 35

Taj Mahal Livs


Asian, Indian and African foodstuffs are sold in this kitschy shop. There's everything from huge sacks of rice and lentils to shelves stacked with African...

Kammakargatan 40



This old-fashioned tearoom serves classic Swedish pâtisseries such as prinsesstårta ('princess tart' - a cream-filled cake encased in green marzipan). You...

Kungsgatan 55