Toast Skagen, marinated salmon, meatballs with cream sauce and Baltic herring. No matter which dish you prefer
– or would love to try – it is all about Swedish home cooking and tradition at Wärdshuset Ulla Winbladh in Stockholm, and the food is prepared with ploenty of care and passion. “Our chefs are incredibly engaged in Swdish culinary history and put an enormous amount of time and passion into the food. We do not follow trends; we keep on making the dishes that have always been around in Sweden,” says Hanna Williamsson, restaurant manager at Wärdshuset Ulla Winbladh.