Our restaurant is well known for its excellent kitchen and its local specialities. For example: moose, reindeer and fish but also Swedish classical dishes such as the famous meatballs.
All our ingredients come from Sweden or Scandinavien.
It is our upmost concern to care about our clients and our staff members health. We adjusted the restaurant to fulfill all the “corona regulations”.
Opening hours summer 2020
13th to 26th June 2020
12am to 6 pm
27th June to 23rd August 2020
8am to 8pm
Breakfast 8am to 9am
warm dishes are served from
11.30am to 2pm
5pm to 8pm
24th to 30th August 2020
12am to 6 pm
Vi ses 🙂
Enjoy a Fika-stop and try some our our sweet
Fika is a concept in Swedish culture with the basic meaning “to have coffee”, often accompanied with pastries, cookies or pie.
A more contemporary generalised meaning of the word, where the coffee may be replaced by tea or even juice, lemonade or saft for children, has become widespread. In some social circles, even just a sandwich or a small meal may be denoted a fika similar to the English concept of afternoon tea. In Sweden pastries in general (for example cinnamon buns) are often referred to as fikabröd (“fika bread”).
The Swedish tradition is spreading through Swedish businesses around the world.