Man In The Moon is a spacious place with sponge-painted walls, where the bar and dinner area share the same room. The bar ... More
Man In The Moon
Man In The Moon is a spacious place with sponge-painted walls, where the bar and dinner area share the same room. The bar itself is a nice square block that makes up the restaurant's centre and overshadows the pretty ugly wooden furniture. Many of the guests live or work in the neighborhood and gather here especially during the happy hour. The bar menu consists of both huge hamburgers and lighter snacks.
Haven't tried their a la carte, but have been their for lunch three times (the only reason is that others bought me lunch). You cannot possibly find a worse lunch meny in Stockholm. The first time I had beef. Even though the knife was sharp, it wasn't sharp enough to cut trough that meat. I would recommend my cobbler a visit! The second time I had "Pytt Bellman", a Swedish dish. This was not made from beef, as it should, but from some sausage! It looked like cat food, and I couldn't eat a bit. The third time, I choose the more expensive hamburger. Obviously made from frozen meat. Awful. I will never get near that place again! I warn you!
I am an American that went to a very stressful business trip to Stockholm, the hotel made everyday be more easier and enjoyable. I recommend it to all the people that need to work and relax and release all the stress.
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