A nice enough restaurant with a local feeling serving Swedish down home food. I was there with friends and should have stuck to that but I decided to take the scampi. It must have been terribly old because it was so hard it could not be cut in two with a knife. You had to take it whole or eat with your fingers. This was included in today's lunch which in Sweden usually means that you pay 80-90 SEK up front and have a choice of courses including a glass of light beer/apple juice/water, a light salad, bread/butter and coffee afterwards.
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