Mosebacke torg 9, 116 46 Stockholm, Sweden


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Opened in 2015, Woodstockholm is one of the most talked-about places in Stockholm. Inspired by the founders’ other venture, a nature-inspired furniture line, the restaurant serves a changing menu that highlights seasonal produce in dishes like radishes served in a tiny ceramic pot filled with kimchi mayo and a dusting of “dirt” made from almonds and toasted rye bread. The tiny restaurant occupies a charming park-front corner in Sodermalm and has just a few seats for patrons, which fosters a communal vibe. The menu changes according to the chef’s whim and the freshest produce, so the menu ranges daily, with such offerings as miso roasted eggplant, poached haddock for two or a double fried egg with pickled chanterelles, roasted cabbage and burre blanc.

Written by Emma Pierce

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