At the southernmost tip of Sweden in the stunning landscape of Österlen, where the road ends by the Baltic Sea, lies Kåseberga Fisk (Kåseberga Fish). People travel from near and far to this seemingly unremarkable building with its simple handwritten sign by the water’s edge. They are all here for the fish – the fantastic fish, served in a no-nonsense style by friendly staff, with a unique freshness and quality praised by returning customers. “Our visitors from overseas are astonished by the sheer variety of fish on offer, some more unusual than others,” manager Jimmy Ahl laughs. “We make about 20 different kinds of pickled herring, in addition to the salmon, mussels, eel, mackerel and herring that we smoke – all made by hand here on our premises.”