I spent this incredibly sunny and warm Monday in Stockholm, walking around with a friend I hadn't seen in a while. I've been in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, a number of times but always with a mission or commitment of some sort, so I haven't spent that much time just walking around. After a couple of hours walking and talking, we ended up at this bakery called Tevere, that except the coffee and cakes also offered vegan (and non-vegan) pizzas! That is quite uncommon in Sweden, you usually will have to eat a vegetarian one and just ask to omit the cheese = boring! We managed to fit on the small out-door seating area, and sitting there totally blinded and heated by then sun was as nice as the pizza it self. And that's not saying little, considering how much I've been longing for the sun these winter months.
There were about 6 vegan pizzas on the menu, varying from simple ones with veggies and olive oil to faux meet ones with non-dairy mozzarella cheese. Of course I went for the last, and got the Salamino which was topped with vegan salami and ham, and mozzarella cheese. The crust was thin and crispy, and with a generous spread of tomato sauce, just how I like it!
I could have wished for more exciting topping choices, and the pizza salad was bland and oily The price was also a bit to much for my taste, but over all it was a great experience. You didn't have to wait long for your food to arrive, and the pizzas are big, you will definitely not walk away hungry!
You will find Tevere at Skånegatan 81, Stockholm.
Are there any great places for vegan pizza where you live or do you have to resort to the "vegetarian pizza without the cheese"?