Tre Kronor is the first in the series of eateries that make up Restaurant Alley, and is instantly recognisable with its mock-medieval exterior (trend alert). Inside dark wooden beams and low-hanging lanterns create a warm, convivial atmosphere in which to enjoy a wholesome meal. Scenes of age-old Swedish banquets and village parties adorn the walls for a truly Scandinavian feel that harks back to the decadent, feasting days of yesteryear. The menu is typically varied, but the meat is particularly good. If you’ve been to Fahri or Satti it may seem familiar – they’re all part of the Arka restaurant group – but there are welcome additions to the menu that sets Tre Konor apart from its siblings, including a range of homemade sausages: for something different, try the duck sausage. And if money is no object, wash everything down with a 1988 bottle of Chateau Petrus (650,000 KZT). An indulgent end to an indulgent meal.