Award-winning Nook, which was previously on Åsögatan, has made a name for itself with its combination of streetfood and fine dining. The restaurant's new home is in the Stockholmsverken industrial quarter and there's a ground floor and upper floor with different concepts for eating, drinking and buying food to take home with you. Culinary influences come from France and Asia, with dishes such as Nook's famous steam buns.
The ground floor is home to Nook's slightly smarter dining room with muted lighting and Scandinavian design. Classic three-course seasonal menus, with French, Asian and other international influences, are served here. Nook's own beer, gin, selected wines and digestifs are also on the menu. For a proper night out, book Nook Full Experience, a large tasting menu with an emphasis on the finest ingredients and creativity, served at an exclusive, specially-designed table. If you fancy coffee and a digestif after your meal, take a seat in the living room, Rolf's Corner, also on the ground floor.
Here on Nook's upper floor they've preserved a little of the feel of their old bar on Åsögatan, with relaxed vibes and a tiled bar. Meet up with friends and create your own meal with snacks and main courses, or dishes to share with the table, and a glass of wine. If you want to drop by for lunch, dinner, a beer or a glass of wine, NOOK Market is the place to be. An area decorated in pared-back Asian style serving up Nook's famous steam buns and more. This floor also has an outdoor space, Muttern, with space for parties of up to 40 people and access to a guest beer tap.
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FINALLY I visited Nook. Been on my list for so long now.
Incredibly nice service. From when we arrived until when we left. Professional and hands-on without getting too carried away.
Nook offers a narrow range of cocktails which surprised me. They have a three-story restauran... Show full »