Top Choice Fusion in Uppsala

Jay Fu's

Fusion doesn't always work, but while some of the combinations here sound mildly indigestible – like mac and cheese with grilled lobster, truffles and bok choy – they are actually well planned and beautifully presen…
Top Choice Swedish in Uppsala


An 1870 grande dame of a cafe that enjoys an exemplary position with terraced seating across from the river, and an elegant interior with regency-style wallpaper and chandeliers. The menu includes treats like hummus…
French in Uppsala


Although the cuisine is essentially French (fried frogs' legs anyone?), there are some nods towards Asian cuisine with dishes such as miso chicken and spring rolls with tuna, coriander and a killer hit of wasabi. Ki…
Swedish in Uppsala


This restaurant may look pricey, but the reality is that it serves one of the best value lunchtime menus in town. However, when the sun goes down the prices go up for the evening’s á la carte menu, which is of exact…
Cafe in Uppsala


Something of an Uppsala institution, this classy but sweet konditori (bakery-cafe) dates back to the 19th century and is a cut above your average coffee-and-bun shop. It’s been endorsed by no less a personage than t…
Seafood in Uppsala

Hambergs Fisk

Let the aromas of dill and the faint though not off-putting smell of fresh fish entice you into this excellent riverfront seafood restaurant. Shellfish platters (435kr per person) are mouthwatering and great value. …
Pub Food in Uppsala

Sherlock's Monastery St. Pub

Something of a local icon, Sherlock's is basically a small Brit-style pub serving Indian-style pub-grub... but it really works. You may need to book ahead to get a table; you'll be glad that you did. Beer and comfor…
Swedish in Uppsala

Magnussons Krog

Try any of the specials on the chalkboard at this sleek corner hang-out. Late-night bar snacks (109kr to 129kr) help soak up delicious cocktails, which you can enjoy at outdoor tables on a busy riverside corner in f…
Market in Uppsala

Feskarn Saluhallen

Stock up on meat, fish, cheese and fancy chocolate at this indoor market. Or you can hit one of the restaurant corners for a bite; a couple stay open late for dinner, with pleasant terrace bars available in summer.
Swedish in Uppsala


Next to the unexcavated flat-topped mound called Tingshögen (Court Mound), at Gamla Uppsala, this restaurant is known for its horns of mead and Viking feasts (although daintier refreshments are offered at the summer…