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Stockholm - help me whittle it down please!

helen b | Apr 16, 201501:53 AM     8

We're lucky enough to have got a Faviken booking in July, and are spending a week beforehand in Stockholm. Want to do a mix of classical/modern high end and 'authentic' places eg herring stands etc. I've pored over this board and others, and my current thoughts are:

Frantzen
One of Gastrologick/Ekstedt/Rolfs Kok
Smorgasbord at the Grand (just so we've done it)
The stall when you cross over to Sodermalm (we're staying there fyi) from Gamla Stan
Pelikan for meatballs
Oaxen - probably Slip for more casual fish as we've got a lot of high end???
Maybe YOLO?

Probably no to Matbaren/salen etc - seem mixed reviews? And likewise at the opera house???

We'll visit one of the food halls too.

Which of my choices would you prioritise? Given our tummies/wallets are not bottomless...and any other stalls/holes in the wall? Anything I've missed?

Thanks! Beyond excited!

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