On their menu, you will find influences from Japan, Italy, France, and the Nordic countries. The feeling is traditional and classic while simultaneously curious and experimental, perhaps dispersed. The wine list is more straightforward – there’s a fondness for European natural wines. They combine this with a relatively high proportion of organic produce, being in close dialogue with producers, having a mainly second-hand interior, and using no single-use plastic. Not bad for making its debut amongst the Nordic’s most sustainable restaurants.