Petite France has, since its opening a couple of years ago, become the pillar of French pastry culture in Stockholm. They serve food as well, breakfast, lunch and dinner, but it is their boulangerie that they've become famous for. And their French atmosphere, of course; the staff actually speaks more French that Swedish. Petite France has won the Swedish restaurant award Gulddraken three times, and sell handpicked cheeses, sausages and compottes to go with their freshly baked breads. Pick up a loaf or three of something tasty-looking or a couple of pastries. Don't forget to say "au revoir" on your way out.