Koka Michelin-Starred New Nordic in Gothenburg

Modern Swedish restaurant Koka is a semi-casual fine dining restaurant with one Michelin star. Chefs Johan Björkman and Jonas Larsson serve a New Nordic tasting menu based on local and seasonal ingredients from the west of Sweden. Standout dishes on our last visit included the carrots with goat cheese, marigold, and quinoa, and the beef with string beans and coriander. Added bonus: the wines are mostly natural!

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The dining room at one Michelin-starred Koka.
The dining room at one Michelin-starred Koka.

Mackerel with lentils, kohlrabi, and horseradish.
Mackerel with lentils, kohlrabi, and horseradish.
Langoustine with agretti and roasted tomato.
Langoustine with agretti and roasted tomato.
Grilled carrots with goats curd and marigold.
Grilled carrots with goats curd and marigold.
Huguenot Tassin – Les Fioles Rosées Brut Champagne.
Huguenot Tassin – Les Fioles Rosées Brut Champagne.
Fermented blueberries, frozen waffle bits, and lavender, elderflower, and chamomile.
Fermented blueberries, frozen waffle bits, and lavender, elderflower, and chamomile.
Chefs Johan Björkman and Jonas Larsson of Koka.
Chefs Johan Björkman and Jonas Larsson of Koka.
Wrångebäck cheese with poppy seed cracker.
Wrångebäck cheese with poppy seed cracker.

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