Every Saturday and Sunday at 12.00, the S/S Stockholm casts off from Strandvägen for a three-hour brunch cruise in the Stockholm Archipelago.
Special offer - Sunday Brunch in October & November
During October and November you can book our extra special offer with a Sunday brunch in the archipelago for only 495 SEK! Includes our luxury brunch buffet and a cruise with classic ship S/S Stockholm in the archipelago.
Well-composed brunch buffet with care
On the S/S Stockholm we see brunch as a living project that changes according to season, trends, tastes and our chefs’ imagination. We have a green and healthy focus, and take a sustainable approach to fish and meat. The menu features everything from classics, such as herring, Jansson’s Temptation and meatballs, to crisp salads, deli meats, cheeses and vegan dishes. Last but definitely not least, all the sweet treats in our dessert buffet. There are also many other delicacies and brunch favourites that vary during the year. All the food is prepared on board with a hand-picked selection of premium ingredients.
The brunch is served as a buffet as usual but each table will be served separately to avoid queues. Cutlery and plates will be replaced frequently. We also have fewer places available so make sure you pre book your ticket to secure your brunch in the archipelago.
Magnificent views and elegant salons
On board the S/S Stockholm, you can lean back and enjoy the stunning views of the Stockholm Archipelago. The boat itself is a treasure, with bright and airy salons, a large dining room and a sociable promenade deck. From your table, you have a first-class view as the boat cruises Stockholm’s inner archipelago.
All our onboard restaurants are KRAV-certified
Stromma actively works with questions regarding sustainability. We cooperate with the WWF for a cleaner Baltic Sea, all our restaurants are certified by KRAV, a Swedish association promoting sustainable food production and consumption, we only serve fair trade and eco-certified coffee and tea, and never use fish that is labeled red according to the WWF seafood guide. Read more about our work in the field of sustainability here.