Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Saltsjobaden including Restaurang Saltsjo Pir, 450 Gradi, Tyreso kok och bar, Ektorps Pizzeria, Restaurang Lilla Itailen HB, Pizzeria Kaktusen, Omnipollos Hatt, Restaurang Herrgar"n
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I got a hair in my food, changed it and another one is the second one. The food was blend and not tasty, no one of us liked it.
4 based on 337 reviews
I was looking around for beer places around Stockholm and found this place. Every beer I tried was great, and the chorizo pepper pizza I got really hit the spot.
This is a friendly, cheap and cheerful pizza restaurant in the industrial estate in TyresÃ¶. Not the sort of place to sit and eat a posh dinner (they can seat about 30, I think) - but for families with children who can't sit still and might splash, spill and drop things, and need to practise eating out it's fine. They're open for lunch and stay open till about 21.00. We only use it for take aways, though - ring in our order and pick it up 10 minutes later - so avoiding the sports channel on their TV! The pizzas for 59-75 kr are great; the salads in plastic tubs for 69 kr are OK (could definitely be better, - the prawns taste of nothing - as though they've been rinsed in water - and I've never understood why grated cheese is added to any and every salad...) but they come with frankly DELICIOUS freshly baked individual pita bread from Pizza dough!) They also have kebab wraps and kebab pizzas, a selection of spicy chile-flavoured pizzas (Acapulco, Azteca, Inka etc) mozzarella pizzas (try the frutti di mare with big mussels in the shell!) American pan pizzas for 1 - 5 people and a few pasta dishes. No alcohol served, but they do have soft drinks. The staff are quick and friendly, and give the impression that nothing ever flusters them!
4 based on 33 reviews
I go to Lilla Italien each time I visit Stockholm, with more than 45 types of pizzas in the menu I was amazed, habent tried the Pastas as salads though. The staff is friendly and speak English if you need to, worth to try:)
HÃ¤r finns plats i restaurangen fÃ¶r stÃ¶rre sÃ¤llskap eller i sports baren. Gott tillagad mat med fina rÃ¥varor av fisk eller kÃ¶tt, pizza mm. Uteservering pÃ¥ sommaren. Mat att Ã¤ta pÃ¥ plats eller ta hem.
4 based on 178 reviews
Stone-oven pizza cooked at 450 degrees Celsius. Excellent service. Very friendly staff. The dough sits for 72 hours before entering the oven. Highly recommended!
4 based on 118 reviews
This restaurant is 14-15 km outside downtown Stockholm in the sleeping suburb of FisksÃ¤tra, the "poor cousin" of the posher, richer area of SaltsjÃ¶baden. The waterfront location is pleasant. Driving there from Stockholm takes about 15-20 min via Route 222 and the "SaltsjÃ¶leden" highway link. I recommend using Google/Apple Maps to get there. Buses from Slussen are an alternative. The SaltsjÃ¶banan railroad to FisksÃ¤tra station is easiest, but check where you can board a train -- the railroad is being extensively renovated and upgraded until 2023. The walk from the station is around 100 meters.In the summer you can also board a boat from Nybrokajen in downtown Stockholm (near Dramaten, the Royal Theater, direction "Artipelag") for a lovely ride straight to the restaurant.The restaurant: SaltsjÃ¶ Pir (Pir is pier or jetty in English) is housed in a large building by the water. Be extremely careful about parking in the lot outside: parking guards from private companies rove these lots to fine parkers, which has become a very lucrative suburban business. There are no meters or machines to buy a parking ticket on the lot. You can park free for two hours if you have a "parking disc" showing the time you arrived. Otherwise, tell your server you want to purchase a parking ticket directly from the restaurant: a mere 20 kr will get you several hours of parking. Display the ticket openly on your dashboard near the steering wheel.The restaurant is large, open and gives you a view of the outdoors and water. The atmosphere is relaxed and staff will not push you out the door when your meal is finished. Unlike some large, noisy places, the acoustics are very good for conversation. There is a pleasant sitting area in the center with a "faux" fireplace. The kitchen is open at the back, where you can see the chefs preparing food.The menu is not extensive and features meat/fish/vegetarian choices. When we were there you could order things like a steak, venison, salmon, a hot tempura roll, roasted pumpkin with butternut squash purÃ©e, and fried herring. The chef has an ownership interest, so the class of cooking for a non-downtown restaurant in an offbeat location.
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