Our name originates from the Dutchman Fredrik Reiss who ran a semi-legal coffeehouse in the 1750s. Since then, the building has been used as storehouse, drinking den and an epicentre for some of the most prominent poets and writers in European history. 

The building's foundation dates back to 1617 — a time when Gustavus Adolphus the Great was the King of Sweden and the world had just invented telescopes and steam turbines.

At the end of the 1800s, our restaurant served a smörgårsbord with salmon and mayonnaise, chicken and asparagus and Glace au Caramel.

Today, timeless local delicacies are served in style, with views over the water towards Skeppsholmen. Classic Swedish dishes with our modern touch deliver mouth-watering meals to locals and guests from across the world.

Dine with us as many have done so over the past hundreds of years.

The bar gets its name from the historic ship S/S Per Brahe, the interior of which lines our chambré and salôn conference facilities adjoining the bar. 

We pay homage to its flamboyant past. 

Contact us:


08 1288 1234



Skeppsbron 12, 111 30 Stockholm