The restaurant is in a cosy little cellar, with excellent service, and a really good atmosphere. We had reserved a table, but called ahead when we realised we were running late, and they held the table for us - very kind. The food, however, is what really shines through. Good menu with just enough choice. Locally sourced ingredients. Plenty of Swedish flavours combined to make sophisticated and delicious dining.
To start I had a mushroom soup with cured reindeer pieces and local cheese. It is unquestionably the best mushroom soup I have ever had. Every spoonful was jam-packed with flavour - more mushroomy than mushrooms, it seemed. The main course was also one of the best balanced mains I've eaten anywhere. Perfectly cooked duck breast with pieces of apple, an apple gravy, more mushrooms (no complaints though!), chunky polenta chips and an aubergine and truffle puree (with plenty of truffle kick). It all went perfectly together, with the rich darkness of truffles and gravy competing with the sweet freshness of the apple.
Unfortunately all this meant I had no room left for dessert. Still, satisfied would be an understatement!
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