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The Restaurant at Moderna Museet in Stockholm

Restaurant, Cafe and Bar

Moderna Museet offers delicious food and drink with Stockholm’s best view! Whether you want a sturdy lunch, a refreshing juice or a croissant with your espresso, you will not be disappointed. Welcome!

The Restaurant

Weekdays the Restaurant serve a generous buffet. In the weekend we serve our popular brunch buffet. There is always salads, soup, sandwiches and delicious homemade cookies. We also have a fine selection of wines and beers.

Menu Thursday–Friday

Brunch buffet Saturday–Sunday

Opening hours: the Restaurant opens at 11 Tuesday–Sunday and close when the museum close. Opening hours Moderna Museet.

The Coffee Bar

The Coffee Bar is located by the main entrance and is the perfect meeting place. Grab a perfectly extracted espresso or a frothy cappuccino, accompanied by a delicious piece of fine Tuscan chocolate or crunchy Italian almond biscotti.

Opening hours: The Coffee Bar have the same opening hours as the museum. Opening hours Moderna Museet.

Moderna Bar

Moderna Bar is next to the Restaurant and shares the same spectacular view of Djurgården and has direct access to the terrace. On Fridays in connection with our previews and other exciting events, Moderna Bar is open from 17 to 23.

Check out our calendar if you want to know when Moderna Bar is open.

Cafe Blom

is next to ArkDes and the Picasso Garden, and serves light lunches, great coffee and craft beverages from local breweries.

Lunch menu Café Blom

Café Blom is open Tuesday–Sunday from 11 to half an hour before ArkDes is closed.

Opening hours ArkDes

Party at ours

We offer unique potential for corporate events at a beautiful venue. The premises are suitable for anything from a small lunch meeting to full-day conferences followed by dinner or a party for up to 300 people. The generous panorama windows of the Restaurant offer a splendid view of the water, Djurgården and Strandvägen.

More information about renting the Restaurant here.

Published 22 May 2015 · Updated 5 November 2018