Nook is the right place to taste an international fusion coking experience. Claes Grännsjö was born in Korea and the guests can appreciate the influence of this Asian cuisine on his delicious creations. The menu offers Korean blood sausage, as well as the traditional Swedish dishes like Torskrygg, ägg, sardeller, parmesan, gröna ärtor (cod with egg, sardines, parmesan and peas). Diners can choose set menus or individual dishes, though relying on the exquisite taste of the chef would be an appetizing idea.
Address & telephone number: Nook, 176 Åsögatan, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 8 702 12 22
Grilling has never been so surprising. Here everything can be barbecued with five different techniques: wood oven, rotisserie, smoke, charcoal and table grilling. A large rotisserie in the dining room grills everything from chicken, lamb, pork, fish and seafood to a premium selection of steaks. Even the desserts are grilled. A surprising interior that has colorful and playful decorations provides the option to dine in eight different themed rooms, where guests can enjoy their dishes in the Grill’s version of the Orient Express or in the magnificent Versailles or in the Moulin Rouge. There is also a large bar that serves international cocktails and a small stage for live music performances.
Address & telephone number: Grill, 89 Drottninggatan, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 8 31 45 30
Lilla Ego is led by two award-winning chefs, Daniel Räms and Tom Sjöstedt, that, together with their team, are focused on Swedish dishes with unique interpretations. For instance, the kitchen offers the ‘non-classic pork tartare’, colorfully served with red beet purée and a crispy coat of fried sausage. Another specialty is the crispy duck breast with variations of pumpkin and yellow beets. The tiny dining room has an open view of the kitchen, and the evening’s menu is handwritten on big white sheets.
Address & telephone number: Lilla Ego, 69 Västmannagatan, Stockholm, Sweden, +46 8 27 44 55