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A view at Döden i Grytan.

Döden i Grytan

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Döden i Grytan

Food that won't kill you

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Don’t let the strange name (Death in the Pot) or dead-end street location put you off – Döden i Grytan is a welcoming neighbourhood Italian with friendly service and great food.

The focus is on first-class meat – bistecca Fiorentina, salsiccia in all shapes and sizes, and pasta all'amatriciana – and as with its sister restaurant, Den Gamle och Havet, the portions are enormous, so don’t even think of attempting the full four-course Italian dinner.

Döden i Grytan
Norrtullsgatan 61, Stockholm
Phone
08 32 50 95
Website
www.dodenigrytan.se
Hours
5.30pm-midnight Mon-Sat; 5-11pm Sun.