Q: What is it? A: Probably the best choice in Stockholm if you’re looking for an izakaya-meal, minus the heavy drinking. Very, very good Japanese food. Very kind to your wallet. Since the early 90s, we’ve been hugging our little styrofoam trays… Sweden, a tiny country at the end of the road. We, the folks [...]
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Q: What is it? A: A very special night at a very special table located in the kitchen’s dry storage compartment at Sweden’s #1 meat restaurant. This wasn’t an ordinary meal. In all honestly, this wasn’t a meal. It was a feast. A brutal, primitive feast, specially designed to please pathologic carnivores like… myself. This [...]
Q: What is it? A: The Södermalm district boasts 414 restaurants, but the culinary level is often mediocre, to put it mildly. Sjögräs is a very notable exception – a quality outpost. A culinary quality outpost. ”The Södermalm district is often described as young and creative with lots of personality.” it says on visitstockholm.com. I’ve been [...]
Q: What is it? A: In 2004, Hakkasan’s top dim sum chef gets a restaurant where he can focus on what he’s good at, and receives a Michelin star within one year of operation. Looks like a nightclub or a cocktail bar. Is not. Packed with beautiful people. Busy, bustling and one of the best. [...]
Q: What is it? A: The Johan Jureskog interpretation of how to please 18 guests in that funky, futuristic pop-up restaurant thing perched on the rooftop of the Royal Opera in central Stockholm. It’s dinner-time at The Cube. Good beginning: Sunny skies, + 21°C in the air and Mr. Johan Jureskog is just one noisy [...]
Q: What is it? A: Let’s face it, there are a lot of very mediocre sushi places in Stockholm. Many of them hopeless. This is not one of them. This is the exception, the shining example, the best. It’s called a Chef’s Table. It’s properly named, if a table near the chef should automatically qualify [...]