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Smorgas Chef
Scandinavian Restaurant$$
Today 4:00 PM – 3:00 AM
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53 Stone St New York, NY 10004
53 Stone StreetUSNew YorkNew York10004
$$Scandinavian Restaurant, European Restaurant
Scandinavian Restaurant
European Restaurant
Today 4:00 PM – 3:00 AM
Monday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AMTuesday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AMWednesday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AMThursday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AMFriday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AMSaturday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AMSunday 4:00 PM – 3:00 AM
Smörgås Chef Wall Street is situated on historic Stone Street 
in the Financial District, the oldest cobblestone paved street in 
New York City.

Now in its night year serving Swedish Meatballs with Lingonberries to the movers and shakers of Wall Street, the original Smorgas Chef location’s yellow facade has become a beloved fixture on the lively row of bars and restaurants that line the block.

Smorgas Chef is proud to serve a fresh and unique menu based on the principles of "New Nordic Cuisine," which is deeply committed to using local, sustainable, and all-natural ingredients. Smorgas owns and operates its own 160-acre farm in the Catskills.

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A bright setting highlights traditional Scandinavian eats such as Swedish meatballs and cured fish.- Google
"The food is bistro style Swedish, though you can get a good hamburger too."
"Loved the Norwegian Benedict :-0."
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Very pricey, but tasty gourmet and well-made Swedish food in Lower Manhattan. The meatballs here were fantastic.
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Alexis Greene
6 months ago
Enormously long wait for the food, which was luke-warm when it finally arrived. Even the head of the restaurant seemed embarrassed.
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Morgan Barry
a year ago
A bowl of parsnip soup plus three [TINY!] glasses of unspecified Chardonnay during happy hour cost $50. The prices on their website are inaccurate and their waitresses have no problem serving and charging patrons for wine that is more expensive than that which was ordered. This restaurant is always empty (despite being on the busy Stone Street) and now I understand why. I will never go back.
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Anya Rasulova
a year ago
meatballs are amazing (and YES, MUCH better than in Ikea:)
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Jen Bricker
a year ago
This is my go-to place for business lunches. The food is good, the wait staff is quick and the restaurant is quiet enough to hold a conversation! The food is bistro style Swedish, though you can get a good hamburger too. The seating is kind of limited and I wouldn't recommend sitting in the window tables if you can avoid it, the seats are not comfortable.
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Whitney Stewart
6 months ago
Delicious and fresh! I enjoyed the side salad as much as the sandwich :)
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B. Walker
a year ago
3.5 stars. Came here for lunch. Maybe Scandinavian food is not that appealing to me, but I did not like most of the choices on the menu, which included Swedish meatballs, herring, or smoked salmon. I chose the grass fed burger, which at $15 is expensive, especially for lunch. The burger came with pickled red onions and thin (McDonald's thin) french fries. The brioche bun was a nice touch. The burger was good. The restaurant is located on a quaint, cobblestone street in the Financial District and was festively decorated with lights for the holidays.
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Tatyana Malyutin
3 years ago
We were there for brunch. The ambiance is very cozy, the service was very nice and accommodating. But that's where the good stuff ends. We ordered from the SMÖRGÅS CLASSICS section (SWEDISH MEATBALL & LINGONBERRIES and HOUSE CURED AQUAVIT GRAVLAKS) which is supposed to be their best according to the reviews. The food was absolutely tasteless. The cocktails were weak and outrageously expensive. The whole experience was really disappointing and not worth the money spent.
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