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Our menu is rich with our chef's personal interpretation of Nordic cuisine that is both rustic and elegant. Because we insist on fresh ingredients, you'll be pleased to discover that our menu changes with the seasons. But it still retains its emphasis on quality. Individual dishes are presented with flair and creativity enjoyed by discerning guests from all over the world. Of course, no great meal can be truly complete unless it's matched perfectly with fine wines. Our wine cellar has an impressive selection of fine wines from all regions of the world and gains new admirers every year. You can get help to choose and pick the perfect wines to pair with your selection of dishes. We also have an…
Elegant afternoon tea in historical building. Unfortunately not all of the (large) assortment of bread/finger sandwiches/sweets were up to this standard. The scones were really good, though. A pianist in the corner lifted the mood!
Celebrating a family members anniversary, we are 5 including three kids. Picking from interesting menu but unfortunately if taking set menus everyone at the table has to take the same, not great for a family, not great for a business dinner either. Food good to...More
The dining room is impressive with big crystal lamps and large space so you can speak to each other without screaming. The goose dinner was nice but not worth the price. Also when you pay that price its not fair to also pay for having...More
The dining area is elegant, and sometimes you get great service. But most of the time, the food quality and the service level have no connection to the food prices. No reason to go here when there are lots of better restaurants in the immediate...More
Last year in April my entire family 11 of us had dinner one night. Long story short 3 of us had the “large shrimp sandwich” which usually tastes so good. But this time the shrimp was watery, tasteless. So we were disappointed and were not...More
It is sad with this otherwise magnificent restaurant on the third floor. The food was average and the service unfortunately below average. Not nearly enough staff to cater for a group of 80 people. Nor was it well coordinated.
The experience at Grands Matsalen was not overall good! The food was good but the staff very tired. We waited a long time to be seated and the staff were talking to eachother instead of taking our order. I was expecting more from a Grand...More
This is a classic institution in Lund's history. Always full of academics talking about the next ideas or research grants. They serve traditional old school Swedish fare and execute very well. Service is formal but friendly. For lunch I recommend sitting in the newly refurbished...More