Bistro Nobel is modeled on Café Museum in Vienna – one of the many cafés that were informal meeting places of intellectuals at the turn of the century. Turn your café chair upside down while you are here and you will find signatures of all the Nobel Laureates that have visited the museum.

The bistro serves daily specials on Thursdays and Fridays between 11.00–14.00, as well as sandwiches, pastries and beverages.

The price for a lunch is 120 SEK. Included in the price is a starter sallad/soup (depending on the season), bread, butter and coffee/tea.

Table reservations are made by phone or e-mail, the contact details are listed above. 

Bistro Nobel will be closed Saturday and Sunday until further notice but all our visitors will be offered free coffee or tea during weekend visits to the museum.


Pub evenings

On Fridays we normally keep the bistro open until 20.00 with happy hour 17.00–18.00 when we serve cava for 55 SEK/glass, and great non-alcoholic drinks. We usually have free admission during Friday evenings from 17.00–20.00. The pub evenings are paused at the moment.

© Nobel Media. Photo: Clément Morin

Nobel ice cream

We serve the famous Nobel ice cream, a unique ice cream made only for Nobel Prize Museum in collaboration with Daniel Roos, who has created the dessert at the Nobel Banquet four times. It is inspired from the old tradition of serving ice cream bombe at the festivities (1976–1998). It is only sold here at Bistro Nobel.

© Nobel Media. Photo: Alexander Mahmoud

From Breakfast to Dinner

Bistro Nobel can be reserved for everything from a breakfast meeting to a cocktail- or dinner event. Please visit our event page to find out more.

To contact our event department call +46 8 534 818 39 or e-mail event.nobelprizemuseum[at]