The stylish singer Emilia de Poret about her Stockholm-favourites.

Say you only have one last meal in life: which restaurant in Stockholm will you go to and what will you have?

I’ll go to Matbaren (Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6) and eat Mathias Dahlgrens crumble with vanilla ice cream.

Which three fashion shops in Stockholm do you frequent the most?

Acne on Norrmalmstorg, Maria Nilsdotter on Sturegatan 6 and Cos on Biblioteksgatan 3.

How do you spend an afternoon of cultural activities in Stockholm?

Normally I would chose just one thing to do during an afternoon, but since Stockholm has so many interesting exhibitions to offer at the moment I’d start with going to Fotografiska (Stadsgårdshamnen 22) to see Paolo Roversis photography, then I would go to the Modern Museum (Exercisplan 4, Skeppsholmen) to see the exhibition “Untitled Horrors” by Cindy Sherman. To weigh up the horror I’d then go to the lovely tearoom at Svenskt Tenn (Strandvägen 5).

Which is your favourite walk in town?

My favourite walk is without a doubt around Djurgården. Here I walk to Rosendals Trädgårdar (Rosendalsterassen 12) and have Sunday lunch or buy their freshly baked bread.

Which restaurant would you rather go to for a romantic date?

When my husband came to visit me in Stockholm for the first time I took him to Pa&Co (Riddargatan 8). It is without a doubt the best restaurant in town for a romantic date since it is unpretentious, intimate, has a nice mixture of guests and has got the worlds best hashed browns on the menu.

Which bar in Stockholm do you frequent the most?

Berns.

Where do you find the most exciting art in Stockholm?

In the art dealer Paul McCabes gallery McCabe Fine Art on Artillerigatan 40. He only shows world class contemporary art!

What time of the year is the best in Stockholm?

Every time of year is unique somehow, but since I strongly recommend experiencing Stockholm from a boat, I would have to say summer.

Which part of town is most ”you” and why?

It’s difficult for me to name one neighbourhood that I like the best. Weekends I usually spend time around Nytorget on Södermalm, but weekdays I mostly spend time on Östermalm working in my office and having meetings around Stureplan. What make Stockholm so unique are all the different parts of the city.