Berns Asiatiska / Stockholm

Berzelii Park Stockholm 103 27
+46856632200
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Opening Hours
Sun 07:30 - 01:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 06:30 - 01:00
Fri 06:30 - 02:00
Sat 07:30 - 02:00
Description

Be seduced by Asiatiska for breakfast, lunch, dinner or brunch. In the stunning 19th century halls we serve sushi, steamed dim sum and Thai meatballs. As the first Chinese restaurant in the 1940s, Asiatiska wasn’t only an exotic place to go but also a source of drama. One of the first chefs stabbed another with a Chinese chef knife in a tragic crime of passion. Since then the chef drama has ceased but the exotic feeling and the tastes from the East remain.

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Marco Wanders en
Great location. High quality food. GooglePlace - July 2017
Viktor Thunmarker en
One of the best brunch places in Stockholm. The hot and cold Asian dishes are great, chefs preparing sushi live and the dessert table is huge. Not so sure about this raw food trend though... GooglePlace - June 2017
Valter Andersson en
Dinner was spectacular. Best Asian i have visited outside of actually going to Asia. Bun Bao, Pork Wonton and Chicken main course to die for! Quite crowded in the evenings - book ahead to be on the safe side. GooglePlace - May 2017
Andreas Melin en
Been going here for their brunch for years and did so today as well. Unfortunately these two last times we been here they do not live up to expectations. Two brunch, water, coffee and tea 1 000 SEK is not cheap and then hot food on hot buffet need to be hot and good. Luke warm is not good enough. Salads a bit too sloppy and cooked in its dressing. Today it felt like there were far less things on dessert buffet. Probably less bookings. But price was the same. GooglePlace - April 2017
Peter Norberg en
Very good food in a beautiful room. After four visits we've never been disappointed. The service is also excellent. We really enjoyed the Christmas buffet but the high price is a big minus. 745 SEK is on the high end. GooglePlace - December 2016