Sawadee FastfoodThai • Stockholm, Sweden
Even dish without chilli markings is considerably spicy.
“Stupidity is global, it’s ridiculous to fight. The freedom’s given up its own birthright.”
At this station one could recycle glass, metal, cardboard, plastic and newspapers.
Good selection of teas—properly brewed leaf ones in a teapot—can be bought by weight in the tea shop nearby.
“Le Violon Dingue” (“Crazy Violin”) is a pun on the homophonous idiom “le violon d’Ingres,” meaning “hobby” as the painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres had well-known passion for playing the violin.
The scissors are at the leftmost cabinet in the kitchen. The second drawer from the top.
Functional and at times minimalistic storage solutions. Product labels are easy to remove.
Sit next to the lattice behind the coffee-making machine, and imagine that either you or barista is in a cage.
When order tell explicitly if you like salmon well done otherwise you get it medium rare or even rare.
Great tickets office service: if you are out of luck with getting tickets for a concert ask to be put on a waiting list and get a call when somebody returns their tickets.
Plenty of interactive items to touch, smell or try.
Small and cozy, packed at times. Be sure to check the cocktails list.
Succulent affordable burgers. The place could be very crowded at times.
Huge selection of board games best to be played on the second floor.
Preload free audio guide app: search for “Moderna Museet Audioguide” on App Store or Google Play.
More of the museum of how static museums used to be.
Tranquil atmosphere, meticulously recreated adorable scenes.