In the past, Stockholm's food scene didn't come close to rivaling the likes of nearby Copenhagen with its NOMA effect. In Stockholm, dining out was something mostly for the upper classes, while the city's pub or bar culture is affected by the high tariffs on alcohol. But Stockholm's food scene is changing – for the better. Almost every week a new wine bar, coffee roastery or craft bakery opens, and Stockholmers themselves are eating out much more. There are also more exciting and affordable cuisines on offer, with influences from all around the world. Stockholm for Food Lovers is a book featuring the very best of this emerging restaurant culture, which is being created right now, before our very eyes. The reviews cover street food like pizza and kebabs, wine bars and cocktails, as well as where to go for modern Swedish cuisine or fika, the Swedish concept of a coffee break.