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Reisen restaurant & bar in Stockholm

Restaurant Reisen serves traditional Swedish cuisine from our à la carte menu. You can also eat delicious lighter bites in our bar. The Reisen Bar serves cocktails, drinks and a wide range of beers and wines.

Guests staying with us can enjoy our renowned, top quality breakfast as part of their rate. Breakfast is served in the restaurant.

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Seafood Christmas Buffet

Christmas Dinner and Lunch
It is time to book Restaurant Reisens acclaimed Shellfish Christmas buffet.

Enjoy fresh lobster, crayfish, shrimps and much more delights from the sea. Coffee is included in the price.

Pre-booking is required:
- Phone: +46 8 545 13991
- E-mail: restaurant.reisen@firsthotels.se
- Online: Book a table here

Dinner Buffet 15 Nov - 21 Dec
Monday - Saturday
Price: SEK 1095 per adult
Time: 16:30-19:00 and 19:30-22:00

Lunch 3 - 21 December
Tuesday - Friday
Price: SEK 695 per adult

Saturday
Price: SEK 895 per adult

Children pays (at all times and days)
 - Up to 12 y.o: SEK 45 per year
 - From 12-15 y.o: SEK 595

New Years

New Year's Eve Dinner

Bring your friends and family and taste your way through the delicious New Year’s menu at First Hotel Reisen. Enjoy the food, company and spectacular view from the restaurant.

Seating at 19:00

Pre-booking is required:
- Phone: +46 8 545 13991
- E-mail: restaurant.reisen@firsthotels.se
- Online: Book a table here

Price:

  • Menu SEK 1195,-
  • Menu with drink package SEK 1895,-

View our New Year's Menu here

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Complimentary Breakfast

We love breakfast! That’s why we make sure there is plenty of it, that it is delicious, and filled with vitamins. Everything that features on our sumptuous buffet table is cooked in our kitchen. Many of our ingredients are organic, and where possible also fair trade.

Take a seat at any laid breakfast table and you will be served your own pot of coffee or tea. Then all you have to do is help yourself and enjoy a tasty, relaxing breakfast in a lovely setting.

Breakfast is served:

  • Weekdays: 06.30-10.00
  • Weekends: 07.00-11.00

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Restaurant Reisen

Eat delicious Swedish cuisine and enjoy the views across the water towards the islands of Blasieholmen and Skeppsholmen. Lunch is served on weekdays, while dinner is served daily except in late November and December when we lay on our popular Christmas seafood buffet.

Menues & book table
Book a table online here

See our à la carte menu here (pdf)

See our dessert menu here (pdf)

See our wine menu here (pdf)

Opening hours:
 - Monday: 11:30-23:00
 - Tuesday-Thursday: 11:30-00:00
 - Friday: 11:30-01:00
 - Saturday: 14:00-01:00
 - Sunday: 17:00-23:00

Lunch Monday-Friday 11:30-14:00
Limited menu between 14:00-17:00
Full à la carte from 17:00-23:00

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Reisen Bar

One of the city's best bars! The Reisen Bar has been nominated on several occasions as one of Stockholm's best bars and has received particular praise from the Dagens Nyheter newspaper and the Nöjesguiden guide. It goes without saying that the location and atmosphere are both key features in its popularity, but above all, people come for the cocktail menu and the innovative beer selection.

Start the evening with a drink or come and relax while trying out our cocktails. Of course, we also serve wine, coffee and light bites as well as nightcaps.

Opening hours:

  • Monday - Thursday: 16.00 - 24.00
  • Friday - Saturday: 16.00 - 01.00
  • Sunday: 17.00 - 23.00

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Celebrations In A Traditional Setting

For larger dinners and celebrations for up to 80 guests, we open the Inner Bar, which was a warehouse in the 17th century. The rough wooden floorboards, the walls and ceiling are original features.

Private dinners and cocktails for up to 16 people can also be held in Per Brahe. The two rooms include original interior features from S/S Per Brahe’s mess and saloon. The ship sank in Lake Vättern in November 1918 with many souls lost - including the artist John Bauer and his family. After four years under water, the ship was salvaged and its interior is now found here.