If you want to follow the footsteps of an Uppsala resident, you can’t let a day go by without a visit to Stationen in the old train station house. If the city were to be attacked, this restaurant, pub and café would probably be one of the prioritized buildings to defend. Because this is the establishment where citizens head for as soon as March turns into April – and the open-air café can legally invite guests to wine and dine during the year’s first endeavoring and, frankly, merely tolerable hours of sunshine.
Stationen’s menu is a tribute to the inauguration of Uppsala’s railway, which in the late 19th century opened up the doors to the metropoles of Europe. Therefore, the cuisines of France, England and Italy are given a lot of attention, which is why we suggest you start your upsaliensis day with a late breakfast, consisting of something newly brewed, something freshly baked and something to read at Stationen’s Rome-inspired café.