Rolfs Kök (Google maps) is a cozy restaurant in what feels like a neighborhood of only wine bars and white-collar offices (isn’t that what Swedes all do anyway – white-collar design work?  pretty sure that’s what the Wikipedia page says.  anyway.)

The place is delicious – short lunch menu, just a handful of options, including a daily special, but Myra told me to get the braised oxtail and truffle potato purée.  The red wine sauce was perfect on both the tender beef and the creamy potatoes.  Simple stuff made well is always impressive, whatever country or continent.

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