Broms opens Glöd at Vikingaliv

By on March 12, 2017

Stockholm’s new museum about the Viking period opens April 29, 2017

Now it is clear that Anna Broms, creator of the popular restaurant Broms on Karlaplan in Stockholm, opens the restaurant Glöd on Vikingaliv. Glöd receive one of the city’s best locations, with large windows overlooking the inlet to Stockholm. The focus is on quality, well prepared and welcome in a modern Nordic feeling, both in food and decor.

Stockholm’s new museum Vikingaliv opens its doors on 29 April. The same day opens Anna Broms her second restaurant after the success with the Broms – now with focus on the Nordic traditional cuisine with a modern twist. With Glöd wants Anna Broms provide both Vikingaliv’s museum visitors such as Djurgårdsflanerare the living room that Broms has become for many Stockholmers.

– My motivation is always that people shall thrive, enjoy and feel good. Therefore is the whole experience of a restaurant visit so incredibly important. On Glöd shall the guests be able to enjoy both the food, drinks and sweets such as views and beautiful, welcoming environment, says Anna Broms.

The menu at Glöd offers a mix of juicy casseroles, vegetarian dishes and sandwiches and salads. Everything is cooked from scratch with carefully selected ingredients where homemade sausage with pickled vegetables or blood sausage with apple can be on the menu. A couple of options for children are also available, as well as pastries, buns and cakes. The real Viking enthusiast guest will also be able to choose Glöds Viking Boiler and of course there is a rich mead for those who want to try.

The environment and decor of the museum’s restaurant is decorated in warm gray tones in carefully selected materials. The floor is limestone from Burgsvik on Gotland while the walls plaster comes from Denmark. The interior is mostly Swedish brand, among others Emma Olbers chairs Arnold in a subdued blue tone.

– I am happy and proud of our future cooperation with the Broms. Restaurant Glöds design and Anna Broms knowledge and experience as a restaurateur fits perfectly into the Vikingaliv, says Ulf Larsson, CEO of Viking life.

Vikingaliv opens on 29 April in Wasahamnen on Djurgården, between Vasa Museum and Gröna Lund. The museum is the first dedicated museum about Viking times of its kind.

Opening times and prices Vikingaliv:

At 10:00 to 20:00

Admission Adults SEK 190, SEK 120 for children 7-15 years. Children under 7 years free admission.

Viking journey Ragnfrids Saga recommended from 7 years.

Vikingaliv opens on Djurgårdsvägen 48 April 29, 2017.

More information can be found here >>.

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