We ate here twice once in the evening, a la carte, and once at lunch, buffet for 79SEK.
The first point to make is that despite the variety of methods of emulating meat, everything is vegetarian - though not all vegan, I would guess. If you are not vegetarian this probably seems like no big deal. As a vegetarian for more than 40 years, I can tell you that a clear run at the menu is always a relief!
The menu tends towards a small variety of sauces with different types of TVP and Tofu. Everyone had their favourites. When we ate a la carte we shared 5 dishes and these came with rice. Together with a sour hot soup to start and tea this came in at about 550 SEK. We were very full at the end of the meal. so I'm sure 4 dishes between 5 would have been plenty.
Service is attentive and friendly and English is spoken. The interior is not amazing but perfectly comfortable.
The buffet was a slight disappointment, though good value, I would suggest going a la carte.
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