The Stockholm’s culinary arena combines elements of all modern cuisines with some whiff of Nordic. If anything the food is mostly very fresh and expensive. The moderately modest lunch in Lisa Elmqvist Restaurant costed about $110 – for one soup, one grilled salmon and kid’s portion of fish and chips. Expect to pay for family dinner in decent restaurant at least $150, that is just for main courses, without appetizers, wine or desserts. So how a family on a budget can eat out in Stockholm without breaking a bank? Breakfast is not a problem at all. The Swedish bakeries and coffee houses are very affordable and of excellent quality. Asian restaurants offer buffet lunches and dinners for about SEK 150 for adult and SEK 70 for kid. That’s about $57 for family of three, including three courses, unlimited amount of food and quite often sushi as well.