Restaurang Isaan

Krabbröra med Karma crackers, helt fantastsikt gott!!

Sayan Isaksson lagar mat som är full av smaker från det Thailändska köket, men tillagade med mestadels av svenska råvaror. Och det är precis så mat ska lagas idag. Man kan ta inspiration från andra länders kök, men använda sig av vad vi har lokalt! Sayan har tagit inspiration från Isaan regionen i Thailand där både han och många av de andra kockarna är födda. Men även från Chiang Mai och Bangkok.

Laab av gammal ko och grönt.

Sayan Isaksson har haft Michelin restauranger, vunnit guld med det svenska kocklandslaget, lagat Nobelmiddagar och mycket annat. Så det var med stor förväntan jag åt här första gången. Och jag har sedan dess hunnit med ett antal besök.

Sayan Isaksson

Men förvänta dig inte någon kokosmjölkssås, här är istället rå Thai streetfood i en miljö med kristallkronor. Det är Rock’n roll thai! På helgerna spelas jazz och soul, och drinkarna är ljuvliga och försvinnande goda. De har även öppet för frukost men det har jag inte hunnit att äta ännu, men deras brunch åt jag med glädje. Perfekt att prova på en massa olika rätter, men spara utrymme för dessertbordet för det är så himla mycket gott där!

Isaan’s dessertbord
Min väninna Petra och jag
Shaved ice med lakrits och hallon

Restaurant Isaan’

Berzelii Park, Stockholm

Email info@berns.se

Isaan in Stockholm

Text och bild Malin Nordblom

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Cheese pie, the swedish way

In this recipe I have used a Swedish cheese called Västerbotten cheese that is a hard cows milk cheese with a little bit strong flavour. You can use Gruyere, Parmesan or a mature cheddar if you can’t get hold of the Swedish Västerbotten cheese. Västerbotten is actually a region in northern Sweden where they produce this cheese



Swedish semla

The season for eating ”Semla” in Sweden is here. The bun is filled with almond paste and cream. (You find my recipe for almond paste in another post) The word Semla actually comes from the Latins Simila that means flour and was in the beginning just the word for the actual bun. Läs mer




Tjoget, Sweden’s Best Cocktailbar of the year

Yesterday they won the prestigious prize as Sweden’s Best Cocktail bar of the year. They also became the 37th best bar in the world this year! Not bad! I know that they have a great selection of beer and wine, but I only had cocktails here as I really like a good cocktail. So if you are in Stockholm, I would recommend this bar for one of your nights. They also serve South European and Middle Eastern inspired food. Preferably you have the food with some cocktails! Tjoget opened up in 2012, and is runned by the two childhood friends Joel Söderbäck and Andreas Bergman. Intresting fact, they have their own ice factory so that they will have the perfect ice!

Address

Tjoget, Hornsbruksgatan 24, Stockholm

Take the tube to Hornstull, it is literally just one minute away from the station.

Photo Malin Nordblom, Fab Foodie Swede

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Text and photo Malin Nordblom, Fab Foodie Swede

If you wan’t to use the photos please e-mail me first at fabfoodieswede@hotmail.com










In bed with me;)

This morning I had half an hour where I was cuddling up in bed with Gourmet magazine, new linen sheets from Linum and a nice cup of coffee. love linen, I am to hot blooded for anything else than linen and silk. I just love to have some quiet time before I start the day! But it doesn’t happen very often..
And tomorrow I will get up very early to go to Gothenburg.
Have a great day!!














Moderna museets restaurang

Yesterday I was invited with some others to cook with Malin Söderström, the head chef at The Modern Museum in Stockholm. We got to make the same salad that will be served at Sthlm Food & Wine the 9 – 11 th of November. There will be a Chef’s Restaurant with different famous Swedish chefs cooking. So there will be some pretty amazing food during the fair!

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Raspberry Swede

3C95CBEB-D35B-4A50-A7F8-192B1D80F1E1I came up with this cocktail last night, and it was very popular. Here’s the recipe:

Raspberry Swede
4 cl Virtuous Vodka raspberry
6 cl lemon lemonade , I used Brämhults lemonade
2 cl syrup

Shake with ice, and serve in a martini glass or a nice wine glas.

Top with a raspberry or mynta.

By Malin Nordblom



Waipo

One of my favourite places in Stockholm is Waipo. It’s located in the MOOD galleria. And during the warmer months you can choose to sit outside having a drink while eating some spring rolls, dumplings or something else. For me, this is a touch of Shanghai in Sweden.

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