Herring, a popular fish in Sweden, can be prepared in many different ways. At Restaurant Gabriel, located on the first floor at the back of the indoor fish market, Feskekörka, I ordered the herring platter. On the platter you have herring with mustard sauce, with a cream sauce with chopped tomatoes, dill and horseradish, and sour herring with a sweet bite.
Herring is a sustainable fish because of its abundance and the environmental friendly way of catching it.
But Sweden isn’t just herring, Swedish oysters for instance, are another famous delicacy. You can find these and much, much more at Feskekörka.
It is heaven on earth for local and tourist fish and seafood lovers. Perhaps that’s why its nickname is the ‘fish church’.