Dont miss this charming little floating restaurant in the very small Sigtuna harbour. Only open for dinner from 5.
Always new menues, excellent service, always very good, price worthy.
Favorite Dish: The seafood dishes.
When you have visited Skokloster´s castle, you must have a coffee or something cold to drink if you go there during the summer as I did. Then I recommend you to visit the café at the castle. They serve food here too, but I brought my own lunch with me. So I used the café to have a nice coffee here. You have a very nice place inside and also you can sit on the backside of the castle. It is a huge back yard and you will have a lovely look over the water. I remmeber also that they served many delicious cookies and cakes at this café. I look forward to taste these cakes next time I make a visit here at the café.
Favorite Dish: This time I just had a cup of coffee and sat down in the beautiful back yard and watched the castle. So relaxing. Next time I will probably eat here and try the menu.
Bad food and terrible service at Café Myntet in Sigtuna -- beware! The fillet of beef my wife ordered was a grey piece of meat. My daugther's chicken skewers were ice cold and tasted like fish fingers. When I complained, I was told I had "problems". Finally they put the dish with chicken in the microwave oven -- including the garnish and salad -- and served it to us again. Nasty!
Our lunch at Café Myntet in Sigtuna pretty much destroyed our stay in Sigtuna.
Favorite Dish: The stuff I tried was no hit.
Café Myntet is a nice, cozy place where I had a great foccacia sandwich. There are 4 fillings to choose from and the one I chose was prosciutto and mozzarella. Overall I'm satisfied with the food and the place, but there were 3 things that I feel I should warn other VT members about. First of all, their glass of juice was too small for what they were charging (25 SEK). I also feel that their prices a bit too high for what they offer, but that's just me. Finally, I sat at the bar because there were no empty tables (which is a good thing for them),and noticed that if you want to order some of their pasta dishes they take it from a fridge and warm it on the microwave. That is, they don't make it on order. I guess their food is good enough to have people coming in and out, because at 1:30'ish pm the place was full.
Good things, other than the foccacia sandwich: as far as I saw, all the dishes (except for desserts) included salad, which is good. Their blackberry and their raspberry pies looked appetizing and they gave plenty of vanilla sauce to those who ordered it. Also they have big mugs for tea and big cinnamon buns. The personnel did its best to satisfy some needy customers when they changed their orders twice.
You won't go hungry here. We ate at a friend's house so I can't recommend anything particular but there are several little restaurants along the main streets as well as nice cafés in wooden houses, often with gardens. Try "Tant Grön" (a character in a childrens story) in Stora Gatan for a typical café.
Centrally placed, wide windows, calm atmosphere, good cooking.
Favorite Dish: Grilled meat with bernaise sauce, pommes frites or some fish on mushed potates