Having failed to notice this location had changed from a Thai restaurant to a restaurant serving Swedish food inspired by the season, our attention was directed here when we were invited by friends.
Our friends are foodies, meaning expectations were set accordingly.
I have never been to NoMa in Copenhagen, but I’ll dare to say that this is traditional (?) Swedish food created with a hint of Noma, without being a high falutin place.
Atmosphere is slightly above casual. I assume you can show up in almost anything, but even so I would check the mirror before leaving home. No need for suit and tie if you don’t feel for it though.
The staff is very friendly and service minded and they know what they are doing.
The restaurant uses local, organic and high quality ingredients as much as possible. This also means the menu is dictated somewhat by the season. This means you have an excuse to visit at least four times a year, and based on our first visit, I’ll bet you want to.
As with this type of restaurant, you don’t get the traditional full plate for the main course and ice for desert. We got a four course menu, each in a fair size.
They give three suggestions, one green, one fish and one meat, each with four courses, but you are allowed to mix and match as you see fit.
When it comes to wine, I’m not the specialist and thus I relied totally on the expertise of others. Everything we got was good; rosé, red and white.
If you want to try a place that is above your average restaurant standard but not in the NoMa price range, this is the place to go.
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