This whitewashed dining room belies the colourful tasting notes expertly rendered from humble Swedish ingredients by chef-owners Jacob Holmström and Anton Bjuhr. The season dictates what’s served – there's no menu but expect around 20 delicately assembled plates. The journey starts slowly, porcini pâté on barley flatbread perhaps, building with the likes of honey-glazed cod with poached onion petals and burnt cream or fermented Swedish herring, before culminating in wild duck with charred celeriac or grilled reindeer heart. Little wonder it joined the ranks of just five Michelin two-star restaurants in the country in 2019.
Artillerigatan 14, Östermalm, Stockholm, 114 51