French-Swedish fusion food, good service - but go for mains.
French style restaurant in the heart of the main train station, but does not feel like a transit stop, but more like a secluded restaurant. I was there with a group of 4.
It was a shame that no starters offered sharing, which resulted in us skipping them, as our priority was mains/desserts. The wine list was extensive, but none of us wanted wine. The server knew the beers to give a recommendation, which was good, but beer selection was a little small.
The mains were very good. I ordered the smoked salmon salad and cannot fault it - good ratio and fresh ingrediences. The herring salad was also a good combo with the salmon. The others at the table ordered a shared meat dish which they were very satisfied with. They were also offered more potatoes and sauce.
Despite it being the first tarte tatin I had tried, unfortunately for the restaurant I had done prior research. The pastry is supposed to be hand made from flour and butter. It was obvious that they had purchased pre-made puff pastry instead. The filling is supposed to have calvados to separate flavour from a regular apple tarte, but here the filling was lacking in flavour. The chocolate mousse, however flavourful, seemed a little simple to me.
I would go back for the main courses and curiously try starters.
GooglePlace - March 2018