Farang in Vasastan. I was positively surprised by the facility and we had, what they insisted everyone should have, the seven course menu. I thought it was quite pricy for thai/indonesian/malaysian dishes, but hoped the food would live up to the price and I love asian cuisine so I had really high expectations. We recently visited Miss Voon and it's pricy as well, but well worth it. But all of us were not so convinced and I have to say that the meal was overpriced for what you got. The service was nevertheless very nice and I liked the concept, but if you go there, have a main course of your own choice and maybe a starter, that would fit better and be more value for money. We had a wonderful evening despite it all and I love how interesting our subjects at the table were.
A place that never disappoints me though and that I n e e d to visit when coming to Stockholm, is Sturehof and with one dish in mind only: their famous "Köttbullar", the meatballs with potato purée and cream sauce with lingonberry jam and sweet pickled cucumber. Today, Dad took us all there and we had a long, lovely Sunday lunch with the cold but sunny Stockholm shining through the windows.
Another classic restaurant, perfect for a business lunch or a dinner is Tranan in Vasastan. I love going there and went the other day for a lovely lunch at had the most perfect "Wallenbergare", a classic swedish dish you just have to try when being a tourist here.