Fodor's Expert Review Prinsen
Still in the same location as when it opened in 1897, "The Prince" serves both traditional and modern Swedish cuisine, but it's the traditional that brings most people here. The restaurant is rightly known for its shrimp salad, hand-rolled meatballs, and Wallenbergare, a classic dish of veal, cream, and peas. The interior is rich with mellow, warm lighting, dark-wood paneling, and leather chairs and booths. Downstairs, you'll find a bar and a space for larger parties.
Mäster Samuelsg. 4
Stockholm, Stockholm 111 44, Sweden
- Classic Swedish dishes
- Cozy atmosphere
- Strong sense of history and tradition