Nizza, being the Italian name (as well in older Swedish) for the city of Nice, is also part of the name for a restaurant in Södermalm. The connection with the city is quickly explained when looking at the menu, and what type of dishes is being offered. With clear influences from both French and Italian cuisine, don’t be surprised that you will find everything from oysters to pasta and everything in-between at Café Nizza – some of which also has a dash of nordic flavors with seasonal ingredients.
The menu varies from day to day, but a dish you can always count on being there in all its glory is their signature Fermentata Cacio e Pepe. A no fuzz fermented pasta dish based on cheese and pepper. Sounds simple? Well, it hasn’t stopped it from become a favorite pasta dish for many connoisseurs of eating great food in Stockholm. If you are lucky, you might even be able to grab one of their outdoor seats to enjoy it in the sun while enjoying a glass of wine from their generous selection.
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Learn how to make Café Nizzas signature Fermentata Cacio e Pepe