We ate here after reading that it was a microbrewery, and we were glad we did! It was a very warm day, so we were able to sit outside in the lovely old courtyard in the evening. It was very busy, but we were offered a huge table (there are big tables with benches in the courtyard) which we later told the waitress we were happy to share, as they were obviously turning customers away. This turned out to be a great idea, as we were joined by Ulrika, who spoke excellent English and we had a very good time chatting to her. We were also entertained by a travelling theatre show, which was all in Swedish, but fun to watch. The food was really good, and the beer delicious. The service was friendly and efficient.
It might be worth booking here during the summer, as we were lucky to get in, and we ate early.
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