Salad in bowl on table.

Photo: Stefan Andersson

The Restaurant’s lunch menu

Enjoy the finest seasonal products with Stockholm’s best view! The Restaurant serves various salads, sandwiches and delicious homemade cookies. The restaurant offers a dining experience for everyone, with sustainability in focus.

This Week’s Menu

The menu is served at 11–15 (at 11-16 weekends). Bread and butter, mineral water, and salad is included.
Coffee after the meal: 15 SEK

Tuesday 26 October

Confit duck leg, lentil ragout, salted lemon and roasted pumpkin (celeriac, L, MP)
145 SEK
On Tuesdays we also offer a three-course menu, 16:00-18:30
365 SEK

Wednesday 27 October

Krispig fisk, curryremoulad, rostad potatis, fänkålssallad och citron (fisk, ägg, senap, G)
145 SEK

Thursday 28 October

Rostad lammbringa, harissa, grillad sallad, yoghurt, mynta och koriander (L, MP, baljväxter)
145 SEK

Friday 29 October

Stekt fläskkarré, pepparsås, inlagd gurka och äpple
145 SEK

Saturday & Sunday 30-31 October

Krispig fisk, curryremoulad, rostad potatis, fänkålssallad och citron (fisk, ägg, senap, G)
Crispy fish, curry relish, roasted potatoes, fennel salad and lemon (fish, egg, mustard, G)
165 SEK

Vegetarian dish of the week

Fried zucchini, baked onion, cream cheese, hazelnuts and tarragon (L, MP, nuts)
145 SEK

Soup of the week (vegan)

Potato and Jerusalem artichoke with roasted sunflower seeds
125 SEK

The whole week

Skagen (creamy shrimps), trout roe, lemon, dill and butter fried toast. (seafood, lactose, eggs, mustard)

Half portion 145 SEK
Whole portion 185 SEK

For the children

Pasta bolognese. (gl)
75 SEK
Pancakes with various toppings. (gl, L, mp, egg)
75 SEK
Child serving from the menu.
75 SEK

Allergens

(m) contains mustard
(mp) contains milk protein
(gl) contains gluten
(L) contains laktose
(egg) contains egg
(soy) contains soy
(Le) contains legumes
(nuts) contains nuts

Contact the Restaurant if you have questions regarding allergies at: info@momumat.se or 08-520 236 64

Malin Söderström in the kitchen tastes soup.
Malin Söderström. Photo: Thron Ullberg
Drawing of fish in black and white.

Published 8 March 2016 · Updated 25 October 2021