There is nothing more exciting than starting our CAP Sweden journey by a welcome dinner at a historical Swedish Restaurant. Rådhuskällaren restaurant is located inside of a Malmö landmark: Town Hall (Rathaus), a late Gothic style building erected in 1546.
The Town Hall has accommodated all kinds of activities from concerts to royal weddings for three centuries. The town Hall cellar vault along storage served as a public restaurant since 1964, which is the origin of Rådhuskällaren restaurant.
The welcome dinner started with a Salmon Entrée (Lax carpaccio med syltade tomater, rostade Pinje iotter, ramslokpesto), followed by Beef fillet with fried leek potatoes ( Oxfile Prencale med stekt purjoloks patatis), finished by delicious Tiramisu with coffee (Kaffe).
The traditional Sweden food was delicious. The traditional Swedish meal in the historical Town Hall restaurant was a good introduction to our first night in Sweden. And I believe this a very valuable cultural experience we gain from our Sweden consulting abroad program.