Chairs at a long table in front of a large window overlooking water.

Photo: Albin Dahlström/Moderna Museet

A party venue with a spectacular view

The Restaurant is the perfect venue for special celebrations. Food is the focus, regardless of whether you want a sit-down dinner for several hundred guests or a buffet with finger food – perhaps after a guided tour of the current exhibition? With windows overlooking Strandvägen and Djurgården, we have one of the best views in town! Create the party just the way you want it – this venue offers infinite and fantastic possibilities!

Rent the Restaurant on its own or with the Foyer or Bar and terrace. The terrace is an extra room in the summer, and in the darker months outdoor candles create a delightful atmosphere.

The Restaurant seats 315, but the space is versatile and can be adapted for larger or smaller groups. With additional tables in the bar and foyer areas, there is room for more than 500 guests, or 1,500 guests if you prefer a buffet or finger food.

Malin Söderström is the chef

The Moderna Museet Restaurant is run by famous chef and food inspirator Malin Söderström. In 2011, she was one of the chefs appointed to create the Nobel banquet in the City Hall, and in 2014 she was awarded Restaurateur of the Year.

Malin Söderström has published several recipe books and is often featured on TV in cookery shows such as Kockarnas kamp and Sveriges mästerkock.

The Restaurant strives to serve organic, authentic and sustainable food.

Malin Söderström in the kitchen tastes soup.
Malin Söderström. Photo: Thron Ullberg
Wine glasses set on table with white tablecloth.
Photo: Stefan Andersson
Set tables in front of big windows.
Photo: Stefan Andersson
The museum building in the evening with people in the Restaurant
Photo: Åsa Lundén/Moderna Museet
Food on a set table.
Photo: Stefan Andersson
Tables set in bright room.
Photo: Åsa Lundén/Moderna Museet
Table setting with standing table
Photo: Åsa Lundén/Moderna Museet

The Restaurant is on floor 4

Published 18 June 2015 · Updated 3 February 2021