3 meals in Stockholm, Sweden
Ladyadventurer.co.uk editor, Fran Harris, picks 3 great eats in Stockholm:
Matbaren Ultra modern and more casual, than it's Michelen two starred sister restaurant Matsalen, this food bar serves seasonal food with a daily changing menu that balances Swedish heritage with global cooking. The seafood and the wine list are spectacular.
Ostermalms Saluhall An indoor market combining food counters with mini restaurants. It's the place to pick your picnic lunch of crayfish, herrings, smoked salmon and other seafood delights and get them wedged into massive sandwiches.
Prinsen This bistro is more than a century old and combines the best in French and Swedish cooking. Go in the, very strictly observed, crayfish season (late August) for first class platters or delicious soup. It's one of those places for a long evening with friends, slightly blurred at the edges with good food and wine.
Sweden anecdote: I had dinner with a newly married couple who explained that a tradition has recently been started at Swedish weddings. Every time the groom leaves the room, all the men race around and kiss the bride before he returns.