01 October 2019 - Stockholm
Two new restaurant openings make Smålandstorget Stockholm's newest food destination
They will join existing restaurants, Barrels and Mr Voon, to create an exciting food destination in and around Smålandstorget, leaving only one 111 sq m F&B unit still available to lease. The new deals further demonstrate Pembroke’s long-term commitment to ‘Project Access,’ which aims to improve the entire city block’s accessibility and attractiveness.
The Vietnamese street food concept Saigon Stories opened its doors in PK-huset on 27th September. BodyBuddy, a new take on nutritious, organic and locally sourced health food, is set to open at Smålandstorget beginning of next year.
These two exciting new F&B brands will serve to strengthen the area’s profile as a food destination. The additions also dovetail neatly into Pembroke’s ‘Project Access’, a commitment to making the entire city block more accessible and attractive to everyone who lives, works and visits the area.
Akira Shimizu, Vice President, Head of the Nordics at Pembroke, comments:
We are thrilled to welcome these new F&B brands. We are committed to making this area in central Stockholm even more accessible and lively. Pembroke is dedicated to creating spaces where people thrive. Saigon Stories and BodyBuddy help Pembroke to deliver on that.
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