Shellfish christmas table on Lykke & Löjromsbaren

By on November 29, 2018

In the Nordic Light Hotel in central Stockholm is the new Nordic restaurant Lykke & Löjromsbaren. This year’s home-made Christmas table consists mainly of fish and shellfish with everything from lobster, sea crayfish, crab and shrimp. The Nordic theme also provides space for delicacies such as moose sausage and reindeer meat.

The Nordic Light Hotel, owned by Petter Stordalen, has undergone a complete renovation, which was completed in the spring of 2018. During the rebuilding the new Nordic restaurant Lykke & Löjromsbaren, which is now serving its first Christmas table, was created. There will be a seafood christmas table in a comprehensive Nordic environment designed by internationally acclaimed architect Todd Saunders.

– We have composed a modern home-made Christmas table that we want, says Simon Åkerberg, who is responsible for Lykke & Löjromsbaren. It means a big focus on fish and fresh seafood combined with traditional dishes and flavors. For safety, we also serve a classic juicy christmas ham.

Among the seafood dishes on Lykke’s Christmas table are half a lobster per person, sea crayfish, shrimp, crab and char, as well as salmon and herring in all forms. The shellfish are enhanced by selected Nordic charcuterie, such as homemade liver pate, farm lamb, reindeer meat and moose sausage.

The dessert table at Lykke’s Christmas table is signed by the conditor Marita Ahonen, who manufactures everything from pralines, crisp and chocolate cola to almond mussels with cloudberry cream and rice à la Malta. The Christmas table serves a variety of cheeses from Swedish farms and among the drinks there are over seventy kinds of vodka, gin and aquavit from Nordic distilleries.

Lykkes Christmas table is served from 29 November until Christmas the 24th of December. Prices are from 650 SEK per person depending on weekday. The Christmas table can serve anything from individual guests to large groups of up to 300 people.

Helena Olofsson, Food & Beverage | Stockholm
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