All restaurants within the Svenska Brasserier Group, including Sturehof, follows the Swedish authorities’ recommendations and guidelines. The restaurant is open and we continuously adapt our business based on the directives given.
The health and safety of our staff and our guests is always a top priority. Under the prevailing circumstances, we have strengthened our already high demands on hygiene and health. We have increased the number of times our premises are cleaned and clean all surfaces in the restaurant as often as possible. We also provide hand disinfectants to our guests in order to reduce the risk of spreading the infection.
We ensure that guests are placed so that there is at least one meter between each party and we follow the Public Health Agency’s regulation that only table service in restaurants is allowed, which means that we only welcome seated guests in our dining rooms and bars.
Everyone who works at the restaurant is of course completely healthy and we ask everyone who has symptoms of illness or cold not to visit us – for everyone’s safety.
Is the restaurant open?
Yes, the restaurant is open and we have adapted our business based on the temporary Infection Control Law (Smittskyddslagen) that regulates how we can run the business in a safe way. We of course follow all Swedish authorities’ recommendations and guidelines.
Is a restaurant visit a public gathering?
No, restaurant visits are not a general gathering. Restaurants are subject to the Temporary Infection Control Act and the Serving Act. Thus, the rules of public gatherings do not affect your restaurant visit.
How many can we sit at a table?
In accordance with current laws and guidelines, a maximum of 4 people may sit at one table and parties over 4 people may be divided into several adjacent tables.
Can we be more than four people?
Yes, the company is then divided into several tables in accordance with the provisions of the Temporary Communicable Diseases Act and the authorities’ recommendations.
Is it safe to visit restaurants right now?
The health of our staff and our guests is always a top priority. Under the prevailing circumstances, we have strengthened our already high demands on hygiene and health. We place all guests at least one meter apart between the parties and also provide hand sanitizers in order to reduce the risk of spreading the infection.
How far is it between the tables in the restaurant?
We follow the so-called one-meter rule and have placed the tables in the restaurant so that there is always at least one meter between different parties.
What happens if I need to cancel?
If you need to cancel your planned visit to us, please cancel online or contact us by email or phone as soon as possible. Under the prevailing circumstances, we ask everyone with disease symptoms not to visit us but instead to rebook at a later time.
What does the ban on alcohol sales mean after kl. 20:00?
The government has decided to ban the sale and serving of alcohol from 20.00. This means that it is not possible to order alcoholic beverages after 20:00 and the restaurant closes half an hour after this.