I came here because someone I met in another place suggested it for locally produced/made food that has veggie options..
They have wifi - but it is not for public/guest use, hence why this review is so long as I sat writing it in the absence of being able to look at stuff online!!!
It is by the river, nice location- quite nice inside- particularly the bookable area. There is also space to sit outside- which seemed like a popular option. Friendly helpful staff. No English menu- but the staff behind the bar came over to where I was sitting to help me, and could explain most things- I am vegetarian so it narrowed down the choices quite a bit!
Opted for veggie burger - other options for me seemed to be salad or an asparagus starter, and I didn't want to bother the staff too much to explain everything! I saw a group with burgers on another table and they looked quite nice- so just went for that.
The veggie burger was 125sek, so about £11. Some reviews have said this is overpriced, which perhaps it is a little, but I have found most things to be more expensive in Sweden.
When the food arrived it looked nice and a reasonable size (maybe small compared to what you might often get in British pubs/restaurants) The bread was sourdough, and because it was quite hard, made the burger a little difficult to eat! (I was advised before starting that it is easier to use hands rather than knife and fork, but even that was quite difficult!).. The potatoes were nice, but a little greasy (probably no more than usual for fried potatoes- im just not used to it!)It came with garlic sauce- which was nice! I asked for ketchup, but it seemed to take a while to come, but was not forgotten. The member of staff who helped me with the menu was attentive and asked if I liked it etc- so nice and friendly.
After finishing- I felt my hands were covered in grease/oil... Which was a downside- on the positive side, the burger was actually pretty good, and obviously home made (it is rare to find places that actually make their own veggie burgers, even if they make their own meat burgers- so that was great!)
The bar (non-booked) area is low seats and tables and I would have felt a bit more comfortable at a proper table.. I did ask if I could sit anywhere and they pointed me to the sofas. I sat quite close to the actual bar, which was quite noisy and busy with people queuing regularly (the queue moved quite slowly), though there was also quite a big group sat close by. In hindsight, I probably should have moved if I wanted more quiet. It is no more noisy than regular busy pub/bar.
There was a very slight smell of grease from the kitchen (probably because they fry things), which put me off a bit.
Service was quite slow- but they were doing their best and it was busy- I had to wait quite a while to pay.
I preferred Rost Mat and Kaffe to this in terms of atmosphere and feel, and veggie options(with English menu), but perhaps in a group this place would be better.
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