In Bizarre Foods Stockholm, part of the Delicious Destinations series featuring Andrew Zimmern, the host and his crew visited numerous restaurants in the city, showcasing a variety of unique and delicious dishes. Here is a convenient list of all the addresses and dishes highlighted in this exciting exploration of Stockholm’s food scene.
In every typical Swedish buffet, you cannot miss this delicious fish. Herring abounds both in the North Sea and in the Baltic, so the Swedes have consumed them since the Middle Ages, keeping it pickled for storage and transport. Its preparation may vary, but usually includes mustard, onion, garlic, and dill. It is served with boiled potatoes, sour cream, chopped scallions, hard cheese, sometimes hard-boiled eggs, and of course, crusty bread.
Hjerta Restaurant Norra Brobänken, 111 49 Stockholm, Sweden
Unfortunately, this restaurant has since closed its doors.
This restaurant is now permanently closed.
DISH – Swedish meatballs – Delicious Destinations Stockholm
WHAT IS IT?
Swedish meatballs are one of the most famous traditional Swedish dishes. They’re usually made of minced meat and seasoned breadcrumbs covered with meat sauce. They’re accompanied by mash, a sweet sauce of red cranberries, and sliced cucumbers.
Toast Skagen is basically an open-face sandwich. The most common combination offers prawns and lox combined with mayonnaise, egg, dill, caviar, etc. Most restaurants offering toast skagen will have many more options!
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