Edsbacka Krog is one of the finest restaurants in the land, so it’s well worth taking a 15-minute taxi ride to get here. There has been a business on the site since 1626, starting with a coaching inn, but the current owner, Christer Lingström (a chef so famous in his homeland that he has appeared on a postage stamp), opened this restaurant in 1983. He earned his first Michelin star in 1992, with a second one to follow in 2000.
The building retains the appearance of a traditional Swedish inn, and the seasonal menu draws on local ingredients. You might find cured trout with lemon and fish roe, halibut wrapped in a potato crepe, or a pastry of green apples perfumed with cinnamon and nuts. You come here for an entire evening, and will need to book a table well in advance. A more affordable experience is available at Edsbacka Bistro, which is located opposite the main restaurant.