Lunch restaurants and cafes around campus
There are a number of restaurants in the area that offer everything from simple sandwiches and salads to heartier fare including Middle Eastern, Thai, and classic Swedish favourites.
Please note that many restaurants close on weekends, holidays, and summer and winter leaves.
Frescati Campus – Högskolerestauranger
All “högskolerestauranger” offer a 10% discount when you pay with a special student or customer card. You can pick up a card at any restaurant location and load it online. More information at: www.hors.se
Övriga i Frescati
Café Bojan, Thai food, (separate building near T-bana station)
Café Ruben, healthy, warm lunches from Green Peas, Gröna villa in Frescati
Fakultetsklubben Manne Siegbahn, warm lunches (for university employees and members)
Frescati Stories, warm lunches + salads, etc. (House A, Södra huset)
Restaurang PicNic, burgers, pizza, kebabs (on the righthand path near T-bana)
- Arom KAFFE & DELI (Kräftriket 8C, Smedjan)
- Café Matte (Kräftriket 5A)
- Prego Kräftriket - sandwiches and salads, C-huset, Kräftriket
- Värdshuset Kräftan (Kräfriket 9B)
7-eleven, house A, floor 3 (Södra huset)
Vending machines, floor 3 (Södra huset)
Vending machines, floor 3, Frescati hagväg 8.
Gamla orangeriet, Bergianska trädgården (off campus)
Pressbyrån, house A, floor 4 (Södra huset)
Pressbyrån, at T-bana Universitetet
Restaurang Fossilen (Naturhistoriska riksmuseet/Natural History Museum - off campus)
Skafferiet i ekoparken (off campus)
Stora Skuggans Wärdshus/Carolas Eko (off-campus)
Circle K Frescati (aka Statoil), across the street from Studenthuset
Microwaves, along with places to sit and enjoy lunch, are located throughout the campus. Here is a selected list:
- Kaffebaren, Södra huset F, floor 5 (room to the right)
- Studenthuset, between Prego and Galleriet
- Lejonkulan, Frescati hagväg 8 (near the Department of Psychology)
Many departments have microwave ovens for student and employee use.
Mobile app: Stockholm University Guide
You can also use our mobile app to find your way to cafes and restaurants.
January 9, 2017
Source: External Relations and Communications Office