Stockholm, photo by Michelle Maria under CC BY 3.0
Stockholm, photo by Michelle Maria under CC BY 3.0

SWEDEN: ALL OF THE RESTAURANTS PICKED BY ANTHONY BOURDAIN ON NO RESERVATIONS

When Anthony Bourdain visited Stockholm, Sweden on his show No Reservations Season 2 Episode 5 (originally aired April 24th, 2006), he and his crew picked many restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased on No Reservations – Anthony Bourdain Sweden, all in a convenient list:

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DISH – Köttbullar and Fläsklägg

WHAT IS IT?

Köttbullar – Swedish meatballs with cream sauce; Fläsklägg – Swedish pig’s knuckles.

WHERE IS IT?

Restaurant Pelikan
Blekingegatan 40
Stockholm, Sweden

ANTHONY BOURDAIN SWEDEN NOTES

According to Tony, “There are a few things in Stockholm more old school than the Restaurant Pelikan.” The restaurant specializes in Swedish traditional foods and prides itself on its hospitality and acoustics.

DISH – Fresh Shellfish

WHAT IS IT?

Fresh raw oysters, clams and scallops in a half-shell, served on ice.

WHERE IS IT?

Östermalms saluhall
Östermalmstorg
Stockholm, Sweden

ANTHONY BOURDAIN SWEDEN NOTES

Östermalms saluhall is a food hall since the 1880s that offers various traditional Swedish food, including seafood and game birds like pheasant, grouse, duck, quail and pigeon.

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DISH – Butter Poached Lobster, Lingonberry Sorbet, and Pan-seared Lemon Sole

WHAT IS IT?

Butter Poached Lobster – lobster cooked in butter and sugar; Lingonberry Sorbet – tart lingonberry sorbet; Pan-seared Lemon Sole – lemon sole with scallops and scallop roe.

WHERE IS IT?

Lux Dag för Dag
Primusgatan 116
Stockholm, Sweden

ANTHONY BOURDAIN SWEDEN NOTES

Lux Restaurant is one of the handful Michelin-starred restaurants in Sweden. Its menu is based on what fresh ingredients are available for the day.

DISH – Tunnbrödsrulle

WHAT IS IT?

Hotdog, mashed potatoes and shrimp salad wrapped in a flatbread.

WHERE IS IT?

Maxi Grillen
Götgatan 47B
Stockholm, Sweden

ANTHONY BOURDAIN SWEDEN NOTES

Maxi Grillen is one of the hotdog stands in Sweden that stays open late to accommodate bar patrons.

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