Nytorget 6

I was the guide at a Food Tour at Södermalm in Stockholm today.

Great fun! I had a group from Norway, and I think I did pretty well even if it was my first tour I talked on all stops nearly. My colleague Gunilla did 2 of the stops.

One of the stops were at restaurant Nytorget 6. Its an international restaurant in the trendy part of Södermalm called SoFo(South of Folkungagatan) and it has a nice soft vibe. The food is Scandinavian with an Southern European touch. Today they had a nice platter with tuna, pork and lamb. And a cocktail, and Nytorget has some really good cocktails.

This it’s a perfect place to hang out at. But If you wanna eat, reserve a table! It’s normally pretty full in there during the evening. They are open from 7.30 during weekdays. And they serve some of Stockholm’s best breakfasts!

http://nytorget6.se/

Nytorget 6 is both the name of the restaurant, and the address. Pretty clever I have to say!

Restaurant Selma

I meet Magnus Pettersson’s mother Monica in Stockholm the other week, and promised her to try and visit Magnus restaurant Selma in Copenhagen.

So I brought my danish best friends there for lunch. It’s a very relaxed atmosphere at the restaurant, even if it was packed when we were there for a Saturday lunch. But we got a table directly!

The most interesting smørrebrød was the tartar with breadcrumbs, seaweed and amaranth. It takes a Swede to come up with that idea;)

And the salmon was very good with poached egg, kale and capers. I could have done with less kale though…

SELMA

RØMERSGADE 20

1362 COPENHAGEN

DENMARK

CVR   39 31 78 42

CONTACT

+45 93107203

HELLO@SELMACOPENHAGEN.DK