Had lunch with some colleagues of mine at Elverket. Decorum is nice, and pricing seemed very mild... Though my colleagues explained that most restaurants in Stockholm practice lunch at cut-off price under 100 sek.
We had meatballs (so swedish) and a "genuine french sausage". The meatballs looked very pale, and the sausage tasted and looked like plastic. So much for the french sausage... was more like a toy, if you ask.
We all got mashed potatoes, which oddly had peaces of raw onion in it..
There were a sofa and chair to have a coffee after the meal, but the 4 local guests sitting in that part of the restaurant spread themselves demonstratively putting coats and what have you on all available spots when we approached- in the typical polite and friendly swedish way... So we buggered off.
Pricing appeared not to be so attractive after all, consiring what we got for it.
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