This is one of my favourite places to eat when in Stockholm. It serves great classic Swedish dishes to a reasonable price - I know Sweden is expensive, but this place is reasonable, but still not cheap. The food I have been served on several different occassions has always been delicious, perfectly cooked and prepared!
The service from the reastaurant staff is usually good, but they could be better - I'm writing this review in the hope that they will see it and take note.
The only bad thing about this place is the cloakroom and it is so bad that its embarassing to be Swedish actually! When you arrive they ask/offer you to hang your jacket up, it's a restaurant so of course you don't expect to pay and they don't tell you that they will charge you for it until you leave. On my last visit with my family in law they charged us on the way out. The terribly rude door man said to me that he thought I knew this since I was Swedish and it's the law to hang your coat up. There is no law, I wish I had asked him to quote me the law in that case. And further more, this summer I had suggested the place to couple of friends, they went here straight from the airport after they landed and they got stung badly from the cloakroom as they charged them for their suitcases and jackets, they had to pay around £8 for the cloakroom, something unheard of even in the posh hoods around London! If it's a club, fair enough but when you already spend a lot of money in a restaurant you should never be asked to pay for hanging your coat in.
So if you want to eat great food, go here, but insist in taking your jacket or coat with you in to the restaurant. And if the doorman insists, ask him to quote you the law, I bet you he can't as there isn't one.