Pelle is the name of the chef and ”hos” in Swedish is the same as the French ”chez”, so you’re at Pelle’s Place. The restaurant is very small, elegant and modern design and happily free from loud music. A modest walk away from the centre of the city – stroll through the old Haga part of Gothenburg and you’re there. In the evening they have only a set menu: you can choose between a few main courses (at least two guests at your table have to take the same): e.g. wintry filet of deer, or coley with turnips, pears and parsley. To start with you get today’s selection of three starters and to finish you also get a trio of desserts prepared by
the kitchen. All is elegantly presented and delicious, sometimes with some interesting and well prepared choices of vegetables. Very reasonably priced at 350 kr. You can opt for the “wine package” for 250 kr which will give you a different wine to each course. At lunch time they have a more classic style lunch service.
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