On the north african La Gazelle in Hötorgshallarna eat excellent sandwiches with merguez, or lamb meat in. As accessories you can among other things choose tabbouleh and grilled eggplant. Eaten preferably in the Konserthustrappan if the weather allows. Also has vegetarian options.
Address: Slöjdgatan 11.
Price: 60 sek for a baguette (70 sek including drink).
newly opened place at Östgötagatan that makes excellent falafelrullar to them. Make it as good as Falafelbaren but without the same high prestigious. Also have homemade merguez in the roll, and salads on the menu.
Address: Östgötagatan 27.
Price: 25 sek for a small falafelrulle, 50 dollars for a big.
Run by two nice women and has become something of a viral success because of a fun facebook account. Have good, home-made dumplings to a strip. You choose what you want from a list.
Address: Södermannagatan 37.
Price: 59 for 10 dumplings, and sek 70 for 17 pieces.
A Stockholmsinstitution. Günter's has been serving the town's tastiest sausages since the 1980s. The kiosk is inter alia known from Leif GW Persson's ”The dying detective”, when the main character gets a heart attack after eating a zigeunerwurst.
Address: Karlbergsvägen 66.
Price: 50 sek for a simple sausage in the baguette, 70 sek for a double. A fiver extra for the sauerkraut, which is recommended.
the well-Liked lebanese place that serves good mezetallrikar and wraps with, inter alia, lebanese kafta, halloumi or falafel. A little omysig local, but it quickly goes to get his food and it is considerably more affordable than many options in the vicinity.
Address: Kungsgatan 13.
Price: 55 sek for a wrap, 59 for a small meze.
Persian sandwich bar where you can eat kalvtunga or meatballs of minced lamb with pickled cucumber and parsley in the baguette. Good and offers. Popular among Stockholm iranians. Can be a little bit generous with majonnäsen.
Address: Sveavägen 103.
Price: From 49 for a baguette.
Fresh soppställe where you have to choose between two soups that change each day. Costs around a tenner more than the other places on the list, but is also notoriously expensive and Östermalm.
Address: Linnégatan 16.
Price: 75 sek for soup and surdegsbrödsskiva.
Tasty, delicious soups and sandwiches to an almost ridiculously low price at the Salvation army café. Open to all and attracts a wide audience, not least since a female Polish chef began to cook soups. Also has outdoor seating.
Address: Observatoriegatan 4.
Price: $ 40 for homemade soup and tasty sandwich, only in soup only costs 30 sek. Coffee and homemade cakes are just as cheap.
Quite the cinderella bakery and café down by the centre for international competitiveness, which has very good and affordable lunchsoppa.
Address: Sjöviksvägen 21.
Price: 60 sek for soup and a sandwich.
Have you not eaten in Strömmingsvagnen so one can not call themselves locals. Visited today mainly by tourists. But should be mentioned on this list – a strömmingsmacka or baltic herring with mashed potatoes, pickled cucumber and red onion is an affordable and fresh lunch.
Price: $ 40 for baltic herring on the kavring, sek 75 with mashed potatoes.
the Prizes were brought in during september and October 2016.
the Photos in the text: DN Stockholm, Julia Mord, Alamy