This restaurant in Stockholm's newest shopping mall has a blend of eastern and western cuisines. It's popular at lunch time when we visited. The environment is typically busy city, i.e. noisy and crowded. You can sit at a number of places, outside on a terrace (with a roof) is probably nicest in summer. We chose the bar. Service was friendly and rather quick.
So far so good. Now to what I didn't like. Our beef wok with rice on the bottom was served in one big bowl. This is ok if the pieces are of a manageable size. They were not. There were two very big pieces of meat that you had to put on a separate plate to cut into smaller pieces with the knife and fork that you had to fetch for this purpose. It tasted all right though. Price is fairly high but this is to be expected in this part of town (120 sek). This includes a small salad, even smaller pieces of bread and coffee.
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