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BKWine Tip: Duvel Café, Stockholm

>> Monday, January 14, 2008


Duvel Café, Stockholm’t be fooled by the name. It’s not a beer hall. The decoration refers back to classic French bistro style with naked wooden tables, wooden floors and linen napkins – but with a modern design flavours (Swedish restaurant somehow must absolutely be ‘designed’). Very centrally located, a short walk (5 minutes) from the central train station (Centralen). Delicious food in a mainly traditional style, e.g. perfectly grilled trout with old-fashioned mashed sweet-potatoes and lingonberry chutney (?! – yes, it was excellent), or creamy chanterelles soup. Reasonable prices (starters 120-180 kr, main courses 200-250 kr). Modest wine list but enough to find a few interesting choices. And yes, they do have a very long beer list too!

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