Prices can be on the high side in Stockholm but that doesn't mean you should avoid going out - especially when it comes to breakfast, which, as we all know, is the most important meal of the day. Swedish specialities in Old Town are a must for every traveler looking to try something new and different from what they're used to. Most restaurants here tend to be the more specialized type, with little to no chain restaurants or brand names. Cafe Kaffekoppen is located in the middle of Gamla Stan, among the cobblestones and the narrow alleys, and it's famous for its home-baked cinnamon rolls. Kjellsons is a legendary place that evokes nostalgia - it's been open since the 1940s. Fafangan is a lovely open-air restaurant that is quite a hit with the locals. Soderhof opens quite early in the mornings on weekdays and serves a proper breakfast for working professionals, including dishes like porridge (which is better than it sounds). Your stay in Stockholm is sure to be active, so make sure you fuel up at one of the city's excellent breakfast and brunch restaurants to begin your day.