The Cottage is but one of meny restaurants and bars in Sundbyberg. The small town has a hearty nightlife well worth staing around for after sightseeing. The Cottage is a pub, with all that comes with the concept. No, the place isn´t big but with the biggest heart, its nicknames says it all: “the hole in the wall”, the living-room”. Decorated in...more
Den Galne Kusen (The Mad Horse) is the best restaurant in the Rissne area of Sundyberg. The food is ok, but it can sometime be a bit to little taste. One strange detail is the fluorescent laps in the restaurant, which makes the paper napkins and even the teeth to shine. This can be a bit irritating, especially while sitting and eating.This...more
With 500 seats, Bällstabro Värdshus is the largest restaurant in Sundbyberg. The food is good, but the best is actually their bread. And don't worry about getting not getting enough food, you will be full after a visit here.The restaurant is open for public between 08.00 and 16.00, other times needs to be booked in advance. The typical Årtsoppa &...more
Ilpiatto is a good Italian restaurant, but a bit to crowded sometimes. It also happens quite often that they can't offer the food they have on the menu, which of course can be a bit disappointing.It would though be a great place for a good Italian meal on a late evening after work, but this place closes already at 6 PM.more
Greens Bar is a normal local pub, with normal food for a local pub. But on a beautiful summer day this is my favourite restaurant. You will not notice it from the outside, but on the back of the restaurant it's a big veranda where you can sit eating and enjoying the Swedish summer. Even if the pub is located in the middle of the city centre, this...more
The food at Sulles is ok, but not anything special. It's more of a bar than a restaurant. The menus are though funny, it's often a lot of wrong spelled words, and it can become quite funny sometime. Like the "Hungarian Gulasch" ("Ungersk Gulasch" in Swedish) which became "Ungens Gulasch". So instead of Ungersk it was Ungens. That's 'the kids'...more
At Javastop you will find the best salad in Sundbyberg. And even if ordering salad, don't be worried if you are hungry, you will become satisfied.The only reason why I don't give this place the best grade is the fact that it's too noisy and smoky in the evenings, and even though they have a non-smoking area, it's not always respected. The Tonar...more
Evelyna is a typical Pizzeria/Fast Food place. The food is ok and cheap, but unfortunately the restaurant itself also feels cheap. It's not exactly the place for a romantic dinner.For some reason the official name of the restaurant is Evelyna, but it's called Evelin's on the signs outside.more
The restaurant Grand Garbo (after the Swedish actress Greta Garbo) is one of the most known Night Clubs outside of the city in the Stockholm area.
Here you will find all different types of people and ages, and all are welcome.
The best way to get to Sundbyberg is by the subway. From Stockholm central station you reach Sundbyberg with the 'blue line' towards Hjulsta.
The subway is running from early morning to late night.
Weekdays from around 05.00 to 01.00.
Weekends from around 06.00 to 03.00.
A single standard ticket from Stockholm Central Station to Sundbyberg cost 30 SEK. Buying some travel card is though recommended.
In the area called Lilla Alby, you can find this city park, with some statues, and a lot of grass for resting. The sad thing is though that the park isn't in the best condition. It could be a nice place for resting and enjoying a sunny summer day, but the grass is not green enough, and too many people are use the park for resting their dogs.
Unique Suggestions: Watch the statues.
Fun Alternatives: Take a walk by the water at near by Bälstaån instead.
Sundbyberg Folket Hus (Peoples house of Sundbyberg) was built in 1903 and was for many years the central point of Sundbyberg. Now the house is hidden behind other houses and a bit hard to find, but it's still used as a public meeting place.In 1903 this house costed 9000 SEK to build, that's about 1200 USD!more
The Rissne area was until 1963 the centre for the artillery unit called A1. Many street names in Rissne still reminds about the old military presence, but else the best trace to find from this era is four barracks, today used as schools.In the forest around Rissne you can actually still see the trenches built during military exercises.more