The moment you walk into this restaurant you will either love it or hate it. I love it! The view in the entrance is somewhat unusual as you see straight into the room where they hang their beef. And this place is all about the meat.
I sometimes come here for a drink in the bar with a few snacks from their excellent tapas menu. The bar is quite large and often crowded, but almost never overcrowded. Or I go here for a magnificent dinner, the main course of course being some of their hand picked beef (they have great local stuff, but last time I had an old cow from Finland) accompanied by fantastic side dishes.
I also like that they have a wide price range. You can have a burger and a beer for around 200 SEK, you can buy an aged sirloin with a bottle of French wine for 5000 SEK, and of course numerous options in between. They also have a set of dishes which need to be ordered a day in advance, have a look at their web page for info. If you want to eat at normal Swedish dinner time, six to nine, you should make a reservation.
The location is not that easy to find – but when you see the grafitti as in the picture, you’re close!