Den Gyldene Freden
Mårten Trotzigs Gränd
Echoing back to the days of the Hanseatic League, when Stockholm and Germany shared tight trade links, the sublimely beautiful Tyska...
Stockholm Ghost Walk
This 90-minute walking tour features tales of murder, mayhem, hauntings and executions, narrated with gusto by multilingual costumed...
Haughtily tucked away from the camera-toting hordes shopping for trinkets along busy Västerlånggatan, this cosy tea salon is a hit with...
Dating from 1785, this is Stockholm’s oldest bakery-cafe, complete with chintzy chandeliers, regal oil paintings and a copper samovar...
Österlånggatan 51 · interesting places nearby
Den Gyldene Freden information
Open since 1722, this venerable barrel-vaulted restaurant is run by the Swedish Academy, where (rumour has it) its members meet to decide the winners of the Nobel Prize. Personally, we think it should go to the chefs, whose sublime offerings include civilised husmanskost dishes like roast lamb with chanterelles, cabbage and country cheese, or old-school Swedish meatballs.