Smokehouse in the archipelago 20 min from Stockholm city.
At Rökeriet fjäderholmarna you can enjoy good food and drinks in a fantastic environment out in Stockholm archipelago. At Rökeriet we have sunshine from morning to late evening.
The Smokehouse is not only a restaurant but also a safe destination as Fjäderholmarna have a lot of inspiration to offer.
A warm welcome to the bridge!
Stockholm’s closest archipelago island is just 20 minutes from the city. You can easy get to Fjäderholmarna by boat from Strandvägen, Slussen and Nacka Strand. In the summer, the boats leave every half hour and drops off after the short boat ride through the Stockholm inlet, right next to Restaurant Rökeriet.
Rökeriet is a very popular destination for our smoked food (from our own smoke) and the food we serve is traditionall swedish with modern touch.
We prepare all the food at the resturant and the menus are composed by Chef Marcus Häggström Lideström.
The restaurant offers fixed three course menus for larger groups who want to book prebook. The smokehouse also has a full à la carte menu.
When it comes to procurment, we work as climate-smart as we can. – “you won’t find avocados and other exotic fruits like mango, papaya and pineapple on our menu, but we want to work as Scandinavian and seasonal as possible”.
Join our team
The smokehouse is open for the season but there still a chance to join our team for this season. We are mainly looking for waiters and runners. Are you interested? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
A storied history of restaurants
For centuries, Fjäderholmarna has been associated with the delights of the sea and a popular oasis for many people. As early as the end of the 17th century, a seaside house attached to a boathouse was built and later a restaurant. Archipelago residents as well as the inhabitants of Stockholm and Ålanders came here, not least when the turn-of-the-century restaurant Belvedèren was located on the highest plateau of Fjäderholmarna facing the fairway.
"The home burnt liquor king"
In the 1880s, the ‘Home burnt liquor’ challenged the LO. Smith Stockholm liquor regulations. His home burnt liquor was well-purified and free of fines, but in order to sell it he had to be outside the area of the city. He therefore chose Fjäderholmarna. Customers came with large containers and the ships shuttled as long as sales were allowed to continue.
After the First World War, the navy built an ammunition factory on Fjäderholmarna. At the outbreak of the Second World War, the navy took over the islands. The Belvedere restaurant was demolished and a disembarkation ban was imposed. The ban was only lifted in 1985 when the military left Fjäderholmarna. Undeniably, this archipelago environment has an interesting history and is a popular destination for many.