I’m trying to talk The Swede into letting me take him and his daughter to the smörgåsbord in The Verandan at The Grand Hôtel in Stockholm.
It’s billed online as “the best smörgåsbord in Sweden.”
And it seems like a quintessential experience we should all have in Stockholm.
I can’t help but think of my foodie sister Lisa, and how much she would TOTALLY LOVE going to the smörgåsbord with me.
When we went to Scotland a decade ago, she practically LIVED at the restaurant The Ubiquitous Chip.
Some of her foodie ways have rubbed off on me.
I mean, I like eating street food and café food as much as the next person, but there’s something about having tables of colorful food options that just gets my blood pumping, and my juices flowing.
Check out some of these pictures:
The trick will be taking public transportation or a taxi to/from their home to The Grand Hôtel so that I can share a bottle of champagne or snaps with The Swede. Sweden has some pretty strict drunk driving rules (BAC 0.02%) so we’ll have to plan for that.
What better way to thank The Swede and his daughter for accommodating me than to take them to The Grand Hotel?
I sure hope they like it!