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ABBA Museum Restaurant 

Although the ABBA Museum doesn’t have on-site restaurants, its location, ‘Djurgarden,’ boasts plenty of dining spots.  

Djurgarden offers various cafes, dining options, and a range of cuisines within walking distance.  

Here are the best places to eat near the ABBA Museum:

Best Western Premier, Pop House Hotel

Address: Djurgardsvagen 68 115 21 Stockholm, Sweden, Djurgarden

Located within walking distance of the ABBA Museum, the best premier Pop House Hotel blends comfort, contemporary elegance, and culinary delights. 

It offers a varied menu influenced by Swedish delicacies, ranging from regional specialties to global cuisines, thoughtfully curated with a fusion of flavors to satisfy diverse palates.

The beef here is delicate and tasty, served with a light gravy reminiscent of au jus.

The asparagus stalks here are softly sauteed, retaining their crispness and freshness.  On the side, French fries are provided in a charming metal bowl. 

The Pop House has a full-service restaurant. However, it closes after lunch at 3 p.m. until dinner.  

If you want to order food, the outside bar area remains open, although it only serves a limited menu.

Allmanna Grand

Address: Allmanna gränd 6, 115 21 STOCKHOLM

The Halloumi here is fried, but it is firm, tender, and exquisite at the same time.

It is topped with fresh housemade guacamole and other inventive greens that add a terrific zest, served with a delectable aioli, and sandwiched between two buttery brioche buns. 

The fries are wonderful, as well as fresh and crispy. The burger here is highly recommended, and you will have your plates cleared since it is so delicious.

The Allmanna Grand in Stockholm, Sweden, operates from 11 am to 12 am.

Tyrol

Address:  Lilla Allmanna Grand 2, Stockholm 115 21 Sweden

The restaurant is inspired by the award-winning movie Mamma Mia! and is designed like the Greek taverna in the musical.

After 10 meters of herring and salmon, there are 10 meters of cold cuts from other species, including moose, reindeer, beaver, and pig. 

The dessert meters are amazing, with something for everyone! 

Make sure you don’t eat during the day during the Swedish Julbord in Tyrol. 

The area is pretty busy this time of year, yet drinking Glogg outside in the tent is still comfortable.

Skroten Cafe & Skeppshandel

Address: Beckholmvagen 14, Stockholm

If you appreciate nautical/marine themes, this site is great and a short walk from the ABBA Museum.

The lunch special, lamb sausage and potatoes au gratin, is extremely delicious. 

Try the fish soup and a special of the day, the Chicken with Gorgonzola pasta dish, all of which are delicious! They also serve house red and white wine. 

It’s open from 11 am to 5 pm on Sundays and from 11 am to 4 pm on Mondays and Tuesdays. 

On Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, it’s open from 11 am to 7 pm.

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