Every Saturday and Sunday at 12.00, the M/S Östanå I casts off from Strandvägen for a three-hour brunch cruise in the Stockholm Archipelago. The brunch onboard M/S Östanå I is based on fresh seasonal produce, current culinary trends and the imagination of the ship’s chef. Seasonal and locally sourced produce, healthy green dishes and sustainability are the main focus points when creating the menu.
Brunch in several servings
The brunch is served directly to your table in three servings for sharing. Enjoy everything from appetisers to Crispy chicken breast and Swedish hash browns with salmon and brownbutter. Don’t forget to leave some room for the last serving of delicious desserts and sweet treats!
Best views and unique atmosphere
Onboard M/S Östanå I you can sit back and relax whilst enjoying the view of Stockholm’s beautiful archipelago. This classic archipelago ship was built in 1906 and has beautifully decorated salons, as well as a sheltered sundeck. From your table you will have the best view as the ship cruises through the archipelago.
Safe distances onboard
We act responsibly and closely follow all current recommendations. You will not be sharing a table with another party and all guests are seated with recommended distance. Read more about our precautionary measures here.
Brunch buffet at S/S Stockholm – June 2021
From June 21 the brunch onboard M/S Östanå I will be replaced with a luxuruíous brunch buffet onboard art deco ship S/S Stockholm. On the buffet you will find classic Swedish dishes such as various types of herring, “Jansson’s temptation” and meatballs as well as fresh salads, cold cuts, cheeses and delicious vegan and vegetarian dishes. There is also a dessert table filled with sweet treats!
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.