Dinner in the Archipelago at Oaxen Slip

I often get questions about Swedish cuisine – what is it besides meatballs? And furthermore, where can you eat something Swedish? Stockholm, as many big cities, cater to a vast variety of styles of food, and a traditional and hearty Swedish menu has not been trending. The restaurant scene is dominated by New Nordic, Asia inspired and French bistro -styles, as well as vegetarian and vegan aspirations. None of these, except for perhaps New Nordic, is very Swedish. There are a few restaurants though I can recommend for a Swedish experience. Bistro Oaxen Slip on Djurgården island is one of them. And here are some reasons why. Continue reading “Dinner in the Archipelago at Oaxen Slip”