Bhoga Value-For-Money New Nordic Tasting Menu

Chefs Gustav Knutsson and Niclas Yngvesson’s restaurant Bhoga has held a Michelin star since 2014. This New Nordic restaurant offers great value-for-money tasting menus – choose between a 5-course (SEK 650), 7-course (SEK 800) or 9-course (SEK 900). All wines are natural, organic, and biodynamic wines from small producers.

The meal started with a beautiful seafood platter of langoustine, mackerel, and turbot, and continued with a series of delicious vegetable dishes. Some of our favorites included the grilled celeriac with rainbow trout roe, the tartelettes with chanterelle and Wrångebäck cheese and the Jerusalem artichoke, potato, and shaved truffles from Gotland.

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The dining room of Bhoga.
The dining room of Bhoga.
Langoustine, cucumber, and nasturtium.
Langoustine, cucumber, and nasturtium.
Mackerel, peas, elderflower vinegar, elderberries, brown butter & marigold.
Mackerel, peas, elderflower vinegar, elderberries, brown butter & marigold.
Turbot, nasturtium & fava bean purée.
Turbot, nasturtium & fava bean purée.
Grilled celeriac, Spanish chervil, and Hollandaise sauce with Kalix löjrom.
Grilled celeriac, Spanish chervil, and Hollandaise sauce with Kalix löjrom.

Restaurant Bhoga in Gothenburg

Quail, elderflower, chimichurri, and cornbread.
Quail, elderflower, chimichurri, and cornbread.
Tartelettes with Wrångebäck cheese, rose hips & chanterelles.
Tartelettes with Wrångebäck cheese, rose hips & chanterelles.
Butter ice cream & blackberries.
Butter ice cream & blackberries.
Caramel fluffy pancakes ("æbleskiver").
Caramel fluffy pancakes (“æbleskiver”).
Woodruff cream and elderflower ice cream in a crispy tartelette.
Woodruff cream and elderflower ice cream in a crispy tartelette.
Restaurant Bhoga in Gothenburg.
Restaurant Bhoga in Gothenburg.

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