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Lux, Stockholm

116 Primusgatan
Tel: 46 8 619 0190's insider take:

The 15-minute journey from downtown to residential-and-still-developing Lilla Essingen Island isn't discouraging anyone from coming to this modern Swedish place. The restaurant is housed in a brick turn-of-the-century building that once belonged to the Electrolux factory, the gently colorful interior pared way down so you can concentrate on the creations of co-chefs Henrik Norström and Peter Johansson: truffled chicken soup with frothy cauliflower enriched by poached quail eggs; curried foie gras; tuna and calf's tongue with sweetbreads and wild garlic potato puree. In summer, sit outside and gaze at the Mariebergsfjärden inlet while consuming successive exquisite, petite—and expensive—courses.

Closed Sundays and Mondays.

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