The Skokloster Castle café has been privately run by Gill and Tommy Schröder since 1990. It is found in the rooms that were known in the 18th century as the “Little Kitchen”. It serves freshly baked pastries, sandwiches and home-made lunches. Choose to sit inside the charming old kitchen under a 17th century vault or outside in the shade of the lime trees with a view of Lake Mälaren.
The castle café has the same opening hours as the museum. Food is served between 11.00 and 16.00.
The castle café serves lunch between 11.00 and 15.30
- Roast beef with creamy gratin potatoes, served with salad and home baked bread
- Smoked salmon with potatoes and mustard-dill sauce, served with salad and home baked bread
- Caesar salad with chicken and croutons, served with home baked bread
- Prawn sandwich with egg and mayonnaise
- Sour dough baguette with ham, cheese and Dijon mustard
- Sour dough baguette with sun-dried tomatoes and brie
- Traditional waffle with strawberry jam and cream
- Pancakes with strawberry jam and cream
- There are also vegetarian and vegan options!
Food and drink nearby
Café Sjövillan is the café at Skokloster church and is open during the summer season. Opening hours will be updated shortly.
Skokloster coffee roastery
Skokloster's coffee roastery is a café close to the castle, which serves Danish Smørrebrød, pastries and their own roasted coffee.
Stenhuset has food service and a conference suite. It is closed temporarily.