Swedish Meatballs and JUICY Reindeer Steak in Stockholm, Sweden!

Swedish Meatballs and JUICY Reindeer Steak in Stockholm, Sweden!
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Day 17: Rome to Stockholm – On Day 17 of our round the world trip for food, we headed to the airport in Rome and flew to Stockholm, Sweden. After arriving and checking into our hotel, we headed a classic Swedish food restaurant to have an amazing dinner that included a reindeer steak and Swedish meatballs.

00:24 Leaving Rome – We woke up in the morning at our hotel in Rome, and we walked over to the Metro, headed to Termini station, and jumped on the airport bus to the airport. Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport in Rome was a little disorganized and the service wasn’t very good at all. But luckily we made it on our flight from Rome to Stockholm.

3:36 SAS flight from Rome to Stockholm – The flight took about 3 hours, and on the flight we were served a lunch box, that included a fusion of Asian and Scandinavian food. We arrived to Stockholm Arlanda Airport, and decided to take the bus from the airport to the area of Stockholm where we were staying, near to Fridhemsplan Station. The Flygbussarna Bus ride costs 119 SEK ($13.93) per person.

7:00 Check into Courtyard Marriott, Stockholm (Courtyard Stockholm Kungsholmen) – After getting off the bus, we walked over to our hotel and check in. The service and staff were great!

10:21 Pelikan Restaurant – For dinner on our first night in Stockholm I wanted to eat some traditional and delicious Swedish food, and so I chose to go to Pelikan Restaurant, a restaurant many of you had recommended to traditional Swedish food. The restaurant is an absolute classic. To start off our meal, I ordered steak tartare (rabiff), which was an amazing dish, I’m still dreaming about it. Then I saw roasted reindeer on the menu and there was nothing I could do to keep myself from ordering it. The reindeer steak turned out to be incredibly delicious, so juicy and so tender. Finally, one of the most popular and well known Swedish foods in the world are Swedish meatballs, and so I also ordered Pelikan’s Swedish meatballs. They were delicious. Our entire meal at Pelikan restaurant was fantastic. Total price – 668 SEK ($78.19)

It was a great first day in Stockholm, a city I truly enjoyed visiting!

Disclaimer and Thank You:
Thank you to Star Alliance and their Round The World tickets (http://www.staralliance.com/en/round-the-world) for sponsoring my business class flights.
Thank you to Courtyard Stockholm Kungsholmen for sponsoring my stay in Stockholm.

I personally paid for all food and attractions in this video, and I decided what to do and where to eat.


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  1. Loved, Loved, Loved this Video Mark What a joy to be able to travel with you and Ying. Food looked so good. Wish I could have been with you.

  2. u should do an Southwest Amerindian theme. Foods of the Apache, Navajo, Comanche, Pueblo, or different tribes in America

  3. "I don't know what this white stuff is"…."Maybe I should just mix it all together"…."I think those white strips are horse radish" LOL You are very well researched Mark. Do some homework man. If I had a dollar for each time you say "I think…" or "I don't know" I would be quite wealthy.

  4. People that is not a cracker it's swedish hard bread, if she would have put that butter on it it would be like heaven. Noteworthy that butter is the best tasting butter ever.

  5. You should have tried the "Harakiri sausage" when you were in Old Town (right near the subway) a known challenge, I do not test it! Perhaps not longer? 😀

  6. so funny when you said, I will be needing coffee soon! lol. Ewww on the tar tar and raw egg. Just ewww. Being American I could live on meatballs, gravy, and creamy mashed potatoes. Uh oh, are you eating Rudolph? The deer does look good. Whoa! Look at that bill! For that price I bet it was Rudolph. That cost a months supply of groceries … according to our government.

  7. Does anyone else feel that the meatballs looked overly processed? Never seen the inside of a meatball look like luncheon meat before. Interesting kind of dish.

  8. "You can taste the flavor of the horseradish… I think it's coming from the mustard" (!!!!!!!!!) No darlin'. It's coming from the horseradish. ; )

  9. Wow, my favorite restaurang, Pelikan, in Stockholm! You give an awesome picture of Stockholm/Sweden. Tank you!

  10. Next time you have to try Smorgastarta (since you like Skagen), and try to travel during a holiday and checkout Smorgasbord or traditional Christmas food.


  12. YING IS LIKE his coolie. she just follows him around, doesnt speak english, who just schleps the baby and the camera. he probably met her in one of the freaky evangelical churches he belongs to.

  13. Hi Mark,
    have you tryid cooking around the world form home????
    if not you need to see my cooking.
    I do enjoy all your trips , nice to know the vaital food around hhhhhhhh
    all best to you

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