Nordic cuisine’s next big thing.  Skåne nytimeskarta    

Some of the Nordic region’s most interesting food is being cooked not in Copenhagen but across the

Oresund Bridge, in the Swedish region of Skane. The capital, Malmo, is home to a handful of terrific

casual places, like Bastard and Bord 13.

But the real action is outside the city. Almost mythologically Swedish — all unadulterated coastline,

mushroom-filled forests and red wooden houses — rural Skane has been attracting lots of creative

types who come to farm (organically, of course), cook and even grow tobacco to make their own snus.

In summer, Horte Brygga serves fresh, simply prepared seafood right on the shore, while

Talldungena lovely country hotel and restaurant overseen by two young chefs who fled Stockholm,

makes beautiful use of its on-site garden and bakery.

But the real stunner is the 25-seat Daniel Berlin Krog. The namesake young chef hunts most of the

game he serves and grows many of the vegetables; but his sophisticated, deeply layered cooking is

more world-class than rustic. Though winter weather conditions have been rough, with flooding and

icy roads, it’s definitely a place to watch in 2016.




Lisa Abend



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