Interior at restaurant Izakaya in Stockholm.

Social & relaxed setting at Izakaya in Stockholm

Restaurant Izakaya – perhaps one of Stockholm's cosiest Japanese haunts? Here, you can enjoy Japanese cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere in the heart of Sweden's capital.

Japanese beer hall

Izakaya, which translates to "beer hall" in English, is a term used to describe Japanese bars where people gather after work. Drawing inspiration from Osaka's vibrant bar scene, this restaurant highlights the importance of being colourful, playful, relaxed, and social. The Japanese dishes are best shared with the table, promoting a communal dining experience and allowing guests to taste and appreciate an array of flavours. Come here for a fun evening with great food and drinks.

Unmatched view of Stockholm's rooftops

Atop the 14-story building on Brunkebergstorg, Izakaya boasts breathtaking views of Stockholm through the large windows. If you're lucky, you might even see a hot air balloon glide by at sunset. The spacious, high-seated tables promote social interaction and lively conversation, often leading to new friendships. Izakaya also accommodates large groups with a chambre séparée, available for booking during breakfast, lunch, brunch, and dinner for up to 30 people.

Sake – a must at Izakaya

If you're a sake aficionado or would like to try it for the first time, visit Izakaya. Alongside an impressive sake menu, the restaurant also features knowledgeable staff and delicious food to complement the drink. Sake experts will help you choose a suitable drink to match your palate and meal. Additionally, enjoy a variety of other drinks like cocktails, bubbles, beer and wine – with or without alcohol. You could also finish the weekend in style with Izakaya's tasty brunch!

Food & beer at restaurant Izakaya in Stockholm.Small dishes at restaurant Izakaya in Stockholm.The kitchen in restaurant Izakaya in Stockholm. Dinner serving at restaurant Izakaya in Stockholm.