Famous for bringing a certain unique brand of DIY to the world, Sweden is now home to do-it-yourself fine dining…
Proving that a dining experience is so much more than the food on your plate, we’ve teamed up with Visit Sweden so that intrepid diners can recreate meals from Michelin-starred chefs in some of the country’s most scenic locations. ‘The Edible Country’ is a do-it-yourself gourmet restaurant where visitors forage and cook their own food, with instructions on how to cook the 9-course menu designed by 4 Swedish Michelin-starred chefs: Titti Qvarnström, Niklas Ekstedt, Jacob Bjuhr and Anton Holmström. Turning Sweden into the world’s largest gourmet restaurant, each of the 7 dining spots features a table made from Swedish pine, a kitchen kit for cooking in the great outdoors, and access to a local guide who can answer questions before arrival.
The menus make the most of Sweden’s natural pantry, where you can forage for mushrooms and pick superberries straight from the bushes, all to be enjoyed in Sweden’s 100 million acres of scenery, from the vast archipelagos in the east and west, to the snow-covered mountains in the north and the white sandy beaches in the south.
Tables are located across Sweden and can be booked for free, from May to September. Find out more about each location below:
Asa – Småland Book Asa
Arjeplog – Swedish Lapland Book Arjeplog
Ormanäs – Skåne Book Ormanäs
Utö – Stockholm Book Utö
Ramsvik – West Sweden Book Ramsvik
Bydalen – Jämtland Härjedalen Book Bydalen
Kittelfältet – Värmland Book Kittelfältet