Kosher in Stockholm

Kosherian

You can purchase meat, cheese and other kosher items at the Kosher shop, Kosherian.

Address: Nybrogatan 19A
Phone: +4686636580
Websitewww.kosherian.se
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kosherian/

Ordinary Operating Hours
Monday – Thursday 11 am – 6 pm
Friday 9 am – 3 pm

*Under the supervision of the Orthodox Rabbi at the Jewish Community in Stockholm.

Café Bajit by Friends

At the dairy cafe in Bajit you can find everything from breakfast and lunch to coffee and cakes. Sit down and enjoy your meal under the sun-roof or grab it as a take-away. Pre-order is also available.

Website: https://bajitkaffe.business.site
Phone: +46-70-712-84-92

Open hours:
Monday – Thursday: 7.30 am to 5.30 pm
Friday: 8 am to 3 pm (depending on Shabbat) – Closed during winter
Saturday, Sunday and Chagim: Closed

Address: Nybrogatan 19A

*Under the supervision of the Orthodox Rabbi at the Jewish Community in Stockholm.

Miri’s Kosher Stockholm Catering

Catering & Kosher food in Stockholm that delivers and tailor your kosher meal needs during your stay. Maker sure to establish contact prior to your arrival.

Visit Miri’s Kosher Stockholm Catering to get in contact to buy your kosher meals.

*Under the supervision of the Orthodox Rabbi at the Jewish Community in Stockholm.

Groceries

There are a lot of products which are checked and approved by the orthodox rabbi. Not all of these products have a visible Hechser. In general, regular plain milk products like yogurt, milk, butter are kosher, as well as Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Bregott (butter) and a variety of fish. An updated list of Kosher products can be found if you download the App ”Kosher Sweden”:
– iPhone
– Android

Wine

A small selection of Kosher wine can be found an purchased at selected Systembolaget liquor stores.

Restaurants

An updated list of Kosher restaurants can be found if you download the App ”Kosher Sweden”:
– iPhone
– Android