All meat restaurant
Daniel: We love the way in which you arrived at restaurants in Japan and also you meet up with the chefs and they do more or less everything. They change the selection in this way that very few restaurants are able to do right here, because everything is bigger. So’s the reason why our restaurant is very tiny. With only 16 chairs, we could find the best scallops, we are able to pick the best carrots, so we can change it. It all comes down toward cooks.
How often does it change?
Daniel: Everything is reconstructed every day, depending on just what produce we are able to get our practical. Some is foraged, some is selected, some is from our garden. And all things are paired or cooked with a few types of old and cured meat.
Exactly how many kinds of animal meat are you experiencing healing inside basement at any moment?
Mikael: [laughs] Sausages included, I would personally state, maybe… 30 several types of cuts. Mostly pig, needless to say, but additionally beef, moose, bear, hare, beaver, reindeer, venison…
Can’t say I’ve had beaver. How will you go about sourcing your beef?
Mikael: in an identical way we source other produce. We've a tremendously close dialogue with little manufacturers. We buy a pig of a breed known as Linderöd. That’s the greatest type which will make charcuterie, given that it’s so very marbled.
Daniel: Basically, big and fat. It’s a classic Swedish woodland breed. Mikael hunts quite a bit too, but not such now—more when you look at the autumn.
Mikael: Actually, i shall go looking tomorrow. Crazy boar.
You state that want it’s no big package. Do you ever run into offer problems?
Daniel: Take moose as an example. We’re planning to put some moose from the selection. It’s perhaps not the season for moose, however for us it is, because only now can we make use of the moose that has been hunted final fall. We need to think of what we’re planning to serve in 6 months or nine months, so we a broad spectral range of old slices from various pets in different styles—some smoked, some not, and thus forth—to have a varied menu. Of course, we have a supply problem, nonetheless it’s—
Mikael: a lot more of a preparation issue.
Daniel: And since we’re in Sweden, we’re extremely focused on Nordic produce. Meaning that now we need to work quite difficult during this the main 12 months to preserve also to can and also to pickle and ferment, in order for we now have materials for the rest of the year.