Ulla Winbladh was suggested to us as a place to have a "traditional" Swedish meal, and we reviewed some of the reviews on Trip Advisor and thought it sounded nice. We visited a couple of museums in the area and went to the restaurant for a 7:30 reservation. The food was average at best -- but perhaps I'm not much of a herring fan -- and pretty pricey. The staff struck us as a little pompous and full of themselves (almost like you might expect in a Parisian restaurant). I had a seafood stew, which was just okay. My husband had a beef dish that he liked, but wasn't crazy over. My "apple terrine" was some tart baked apples smushed together between what seemed like graham crackers. All seemed too pretentious without bringing it home in a meaningful way. But, I wanted to make readers aware that IF you choose to check your coat (which they pretty much insist that you do at the front door), you can be prepared to pay 15 SEK per item. I felt like this was something that should have been explained up front and was not happy about it. So, all things considered, I probably would not return to this place when I return to Sweden.