This is a small, cheap and cosy café (not a restaurant) where you can eat cookies, rolls, pies, cakes and simple sandwiches and drink tea, coffee, hot chocolate, fruit-syrup, lemonade... Two old ladies own it and make all the cakes and I think eating here feels a little bit like visiting your Swedish grandmother and eat her cookies.
Now (2008) this café has acctually been sold to a young couple, but it is keeping its athmosphere and the cookies and cakes are as just tasty as before and traditionally Swedish!
Favorite Dish: Hot chocolate with cream and the chocolate Swiss rolls ('drömtårta' in Swedish).
Address: Borgmästaregatan (that's the street)
Directions: In the centre of Karlskrona, on the island Trossö. Almost opposite to the library (Stadsbiblioteket).
Unfortunately I don't remember the name. But this on the mine old market where are many nice cafe outside (of course in the summer).
Hmm I haven't spend enough time to get know more about restaurants and any places where you can eat. But in Sweden food is good and safe so any restaurant can be good.
Favorite Dish: Try the ice cream. One portion is like four at most of the countries.
Of course the most popular in Sweden are meat balls.