average food quality but friendly and efficient service, nice setting area, with some deference food selection
The menu is quite interesting, I ended up going for the tempura main with a couple of sides (the spinach one was pretty good). The food was good, quality was there but nothing really outstanding. It was very very slow to be served, not sure how busy the kitchen was but we really had to wait a while. Staff was... 更多
I have been to this restaurant quite a number of times and always enjoyed it much. My last visit some weeks ago was a completete disaster. There is a bar just before you enter the restaurant. Probably the owner,had employed a DJ for the musical entertainment. The problem that occurred was that this could not even be called music but... 更多
Seikoen is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Stockholm, and it used to be the real thing. However, my husband and I came there early last Friday and immediately sensed that something had changed to the worse. Very loud popular music (not Japanese!), lots of people drinking - obviously the place had turned into some kind of pub for "after workers".... 更多
What I liked about the restaurant was the medium dishes. They have smaller portions so you can order 2-3 and share. It is quite expensive though. So don't go there starving! The restaurant has a nice view and a nice bar. Will go back for a drink!
We ordered take out from here on our last night in Stockholm, as we had lots of packing to do, with an early flight. The decor looked very nice, we did have a drink at the bar while we waited which was nice, and the sushi was fantastic!! Great waitstaff too.
The service very slow. We waited 45 minutes for two sushi menus. The miso soup was the worst I ever and never had in my life. Too expensive based on the quality of the food.
This place serves authentic Japanese food, made with excellent ingredients. The staff is very good. Overall the quality is an... 更多