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Stockholm Syndrome Café Bar
Albion, Brisbane Region

07 3262 3738
info@stockholmsyndrome.com.au

Description

If you've ever been to Sweden you'll be very familiar with the term 'Stockholm Syndrome'; that unquenchable thirst to return to the clean streets, warm atmosphere and bursting creativity of Stockholm. Mark Fitzsimmons and Kim Larsson, both experts in Swedish food and culture, will lull you out of your post-Sweden depression with their creative menu of fused Swedish and Australian cuisine. Get acquainted with Swedish meatballs, potato casserole and mazariner for a truly cultural experience.

Property Details

Cuisine Types


  • Modern Australian


Licensing

Fully Licensed (no BYO)


Price Range

Mains under $20


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Facilities

  • Something different
  • Suitable for families with children

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340 Sandgate Road
Albion
Queensland 4010 Australia

Contact Details

07 3262 3738

 

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