Norway, Denmark or Sweden? Wherever you happen to be, we have some handy tips for you on restaurants that offer exquisite food in trendy surroundings.
Charly’s Restauraunt is back! During the 1970s and 1980s the legendary joint was known as the best place to go dancing anywhere in the city. Now, after a complete renovation, Charly’s is back on the map and eager to reclaim the throne. The new Charly’s is an intimate à la carte restaurant with a cosy atmosphere. You’ll find planked steak on the menu, and you can still get your moves on – they’ve kept the dance floor intact.
A stone’s throw away from Charly’s, in an area known as the “Paris of the North”, you will find Brasserie 69N. Infused with a French touch, the food here is prepared with the finest local ingredients so that you can enjoy the best of both traditional cuisines. Bon appétit!
Right in the centre of Bodø you will find the Radisson Blu Hotel, which has undergone some major changes during the past year. With new, inspiring decor and a brand new menu, the Fjord Eat & Drink aspires to become the number one place to see and be seen in Bodø. Recently refurbished, the restaurant’s design combines the rustic with the elegant in an internationally flavored setting. The specialties are cod, mussels and crab. After dinner, head to the Top13 bar on the 13th floor of the hotel to enjoy a drink with a breathtaking, panoramic view over the city.
If you’d like to explore northern Norwegian cuisine, you should visit Restaurant NYT which seeks its inspiration from around northern Norway, using novel ingredients that put a new spin on traditional Norwegian cooking.
Herr Julius Restaurant, c/o Strand Hotell, located right beside Nybrokajen, boasts a menu seasoned with both Swedish and international influences using the freshest of ingredients. When New Year is over, Herr Julius will close for several months to undergo a total makeover, but will reopen in the summer under entirely new management with a restaurant and two bars.
If you want to enjoy first-class cuisine from locally produced raw ingredients, then you have to visit Proviant. The restaurant, which has three branches at different locations around Stockholm, has quickly become a local favorite thanks to its wonderful atmosphere and excellent food. At the Östermalm branch of Proviant, there is always a “Surprise menu” awaiting you, and the restaurant at Kungsholmen even has its own microbrewery. Proviant at Gärdet is the latest addition, a cosy local eatery boasting both a pizza oven and a bakery.
Enjoy la dolce vita at the recently renovated Filini Restaurant, that weaves together Nordic and Italian design and serves delicious Italian signature dishes. The restaurant invites you into a warm, cosy setting, with light wood furniture and Italian floor tiles. Meet your friends in the sparkling bar or spend time in the more intimate restaurant enjoying the sumptuous Italian food and wine.
Now, if you want to try out something different then head over to VeVe located in a beautiful old warehouse in Østerbro. The menu is completely vegetarian, and here the seasons determine what is served on your plate. The newly opened restaurant is run by Kiin Kiin, widely known as the only Thai restaurant outside Thailand holding a Michelin star. The decor features beautiful stone floors, hinting at building’s history as a bread factory. The name VeVe stands for Vegetarian dishes from all over the World. (Vegetarisk Verdenskøkken in Danish).