Many different restaurants: "Lunch is better value" Sweden Restaurant Tip by lukky

Sweden Restaurants: 86 reviews and 75 photos

Restaurants in Sweden are quite expensive. In general, it's cheaper to go out for lunch, as most restaurants will either have a buffet or a set number of dishes that you can choose from, for about 60-70 SEK per person. This price almost always includes salad, one soft drink (or mineral water) and coffee/tea too. Usually the lunch hours are between 11 AM or noon and 2 PM, sometimes longer, sometimes shorter.

In the evenings, however, there is mostly only the à la carte menu, where dishes even in cheaper restaurants (pizzerias/fast food joints not included) usually cost from 70-80 SEK upwards, and to this you have to add the cost for drinks etc.

In short, if you plan to eat only one meal out per day, try going out for lunch rather than dinner.

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  • Written Jul 16, 2005
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