There are not many Nordic restaurants to be found on the London food scene. Some come and go, some are only ‘Nordic inspired’. But the authentic, the real deal… Here are the top 5, from Michelin Star restaurants to pop-up supper clubs.
Bears Ice Cream Company is family run ice cream parlour. The concept is inspired by Icelandic ice cream traditions combined with English seasonal flavours.
Escape Central London, skyscrapers and busy streets and step into a Swedish forest… Smaka (meaning to taste in Swedish) is a Scandi-influenced all day restaurant and bar in Aldgate East, serving up a healthy breakfast and lunch as well as home cured salmon and the classic Swedish meatballs in the evening.
The official Cinnamon Bun Day is fast approaching and we thought we’d share where you can get hold of your sticky and oh’so delicious treats in London! We will be celebrating the cinnamon roll on Tuesday 4th of October, so make sure you check out our top ten list of delicious cinnamon buns in London.
Ole Hansen-Lydersen, also known as the Norwegian salmon smoker is never short of ideas. So when the Norwegian Seafood Council were looking for ways to bring the Norwegian cod ‘Skrei’ to the UK Ole transformed the tranquil cobbled street in London where his smoke house is situated, into a Norwegian fisherman’s shack.
The Scandinavian Fastelavn (shrovetide) is a tradition resembling the European carnival, where the kids dress up, have traditional party games and eat Lent buns, known as ‘Fastelavnsboller’ or ‘Semlor’ in Scandinavia.