This casual eatery, attached to a two Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant, is worth a visit just for its stunning setting. Located on a dock that used to house a shipyard, this Nordic bistro features floor-to-ceiling windows and a marina view. Husband and wife team Magnus Ek and Agneta Green (he’s the chef; she’s the sommelier) have created a menu with dishes that are encouraged to be shared, and food that emphasizes fresh seafood think smoked prawns, pickled baby herring and grilled crab-accompanied by seasonal vegetables, all served on vintage Scandinavian dinnerware upcycled from local thrift stores. The bar stools are from the 1920s, the community tables were once school desks and the turquoise-bottomed boat hanging from the ceiling is an artful remnant from 1905. But there’s nothing old-fashioned about this thoroughly modern testament to Stockholm’s vibrant dining scene.