Food and drink in Sweden isn’t what it used to be. It’s better. Much better.
Sweden has got international foodies eating out of its hand and famous food writers salivating over Stockholm and Gothenburg’s Michelin starred restaurants and the West Coast of Sweden’s now famous lobster and oyster ‘safaris’.
So, from the land that brought you the smorgasbord, the meatball and now, the fika, come and discover what Sweden has in its larder.
Try Swedish is an open invitation from the country of Sweden to taste and explore the world of our food culture
With Scandinavian food as a major food trend to watch for 2013, Sweden steps in as the New Culinary Nation