Please note that each recipe has been created as part of a Tasting Menu; they serve approximately 8 guests as part of a bigger dinner or 4 guests when served on their own as a main dish.
A delicious vegetarian course with homemade agnolotti, potato, baked egg yolk, sage foam and crispy potato skins. Perfect comfort food!
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Tasty, slow-baked beetroots with chewy cherries, home made cream cheese and Beurre Noisette emulsion. A malt crisp and apple leather finish the dish off
Perfectl cooked white asparagus with a smooth almond hollandaise, smoked trout roe, deep fried sourdough and…
Here we have gently baked Cusk with dulse algae. Served with a beurre blanc with oysters & trout roe, salsify cooked in quince juice and Swedish soy sauce.
Celeriac with winter truffle, brown butter and hazelnuts
Chanterelles with corn croquettes and pickled onion on a grilled flat bread
Charred zander with miso is the opening dish of our spring menu. A light, fresh dish featuring a combination of japanese and nordic flavours.
Crispy, yet delicate mussels with oyster emulsion, contrasted by crunchy pickled fennel…
Jerusalem artichoke with chanterelles, bleak roe and mushroom consommé.
Try Johan Backéus crunchy potato nests! Perfect served with bleak roe, sour cream, red onion & dill.
Delicious tortellini filled with a porcini mushroom duxelle. We toss the pasta in a buttery mushroom broth with truffle and sage
Cornfed duck-breasts are seasoned with fennel seeds, sancho peppers and star anise and fried perfectly pink. We confit the thighs and toss them in port wine jus.
This delicious spicy lamb is irresistible with its accompanying ramson croquettes, salt baked yellow beets and garlic scented jus.
White asparagus tart with Svecia cheese, green peas and bleak roe from Kalix
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