The Nordic House of Culinary Art is considered a center for Swedish cuisine, and it's the home of the restaurant Kantinen Hyttlblecket (as well as a cooking theater and cookbook museum). This eatery relies on local sources to create authentic regional dishes. The walls are adorned with modern art pieces, and the floor is a made from dark hot-rolled sheet steel; the black chairs are said to symbolize the black soot of the former Grythyttan furnace. Two entrees are offered each day and may include dishes like herbed flaskytterfile (roasted pork) with chanterelle sauce or fried herring with mashed potatoes.
Live cooking shows are sometimes held in the restaurant, where you can learn to make a three-course Swedish meal.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
Cuisine Type:: Scandinavian