Jin & Peeters
 

Jin & Peeters

Opposite Karlberg Palace (Karlbergs Slott) by the water, in a region that isn't central enough to be Central and not far enough out to be suburban, lies a small Japanese/Dutch deli. While neither country is what one would immediately think of when being told the name of the other, there is actually a connection.

Jin & Peeters

Jin & Peeters

Kungsholms Strand 157
11248 Stockholm
Sweden

www.jinandpeeters.se

Jin & Peeters is a lot better than a small deli way out in what amounts to nowhere has any right to be. (5/5)

The menu is limited to three items: dumplings, grilled chicken, and Belgian waffles. Fortunately, this appears to be the result of a philosophy of doing few things, but doing them well. I've never tried the chicken, but can personally vouch for the dumplings and the waffles.

Jin & Peeters is a lot better than a small deli way out in what amounts to nowhere has any right to be. There isn't supposed to be anything here. There is no big square nearby, the area is far from public transport compared to inner city averages, and the street outside is more or less empty. All in all, not only hasn't there been anything here worth coming for, everything points to the city planners not intending for it to be anything.

And yet... Here I am, already thinking about when I'll drop by next time and why I didn't go here for some delicious dumplings for lunch today. Better make a note in my calendar.

2011-03-25 15:23

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2011-03-25 15:24

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2011-03-25 15:27

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Jin & Peeters

2011-03-27, updated 2012-02-10