25. May, 2017

Le Nom

Roslagsgatan 6, 113 55 Stockholm, Sweden

Le Nom, part of a small strip of really cool restaurants and bars in Vasastan, Central Stockholm.

Restaurant life has exploded enormously in this part of town and is fast becoming the place to eat and the place to be seen.

With its pinks, marble table tops and extensive bright funky murals, the restaurant space is light, bright and airy with a nod to neo classical Italy in some way. 

Promoted as a cosy bistro serving totally unclassical dishes and a wine list inspired by old world wine regions be sure to book in advance, it’s not that small but it does get very busy. The menu was cleverly divided into three separate area; Green, Meat and Sea (however there was also a smaller tasting menu containing a sample from each of the three sections) with plenty of interesting and seasonal tapas style (small plates) dishes to choose from, such as light fluffy baked eggs (delicious) baked 7 topped cauliflower, scallops (exquisite) mushroom salmon or melt in the mouth baked lamb to name but a few.

With Joni Ketonen in the kitchen (previously based at The Fat Duck in London and Farang in Stockholm) you know you’re in for a treat and we were, the food was sensational and the atmosphere was perfect.