A cozy, Parisian-style wine bar is serving some of the most mind-blowingly tasty snacks in Stockholm. Chef Kalle Nilsson formerly worked at Punk Royale, before opening his own spot in Vasastan. They’ve jammed as many tables into the small space as possible, so you’re able to see all of the action and feel the energy of the kitchen. The menu is displayed on a chalkboard and dishes are crossed off as they go. The dishes are decadent – highlights included the gruyere gougeres, the crispy chicken skin topped with cream and trout roe, the lobster roll, and the lamb, foie gras, and lardo pie.
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