Monday, March 21, 2011

Salt & Brygga

We have now been twice to this restaurant and both times, we have come back home extremely satisfied.
Main characteristic? Fine dining in an ecological manner. It is nice to find local ingredients, cooked in a never too elaborated way, mixed together in some interesting combination.

The portions are unfortunately not too big, but this is fine dining, we can't expect to be served as in a tavern, and the price is not exactly low, but it is justified, in my opinion, by the originality of the menu' as well as the good service.

I should also point out that the location is quite strategic, since it is in one of the most trendy areas of Malmö, Västra Hamnen, and when there are long summer days, it is possible to admire a quite breathtaking sunset.

I do not remember our first visit details (except a wonderful nettle soup), since it was some time ago. However, last Friday dinner was memorable (maybe because we were celebrating my maternity leave?).
We decided to choose a "menu" each, I took the fish one, while Mattias picked up the meat one and we added a small appetizer to share. That was fried prästost (a swedish type of cheese), that had been stored for about 5 years. A cheese that can't be found yet in any shop, since it is developed in some dairy lab, but, although fried, it had a really nice taste.
The menu details are available at their homepage. I tried Mattias' main dish and that was the best dish of them all!

Alltogether, the place is great and I warmly recommend it for special occasions and romantic dinners (especially during summer).

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