Embrace the unexpected and you’ll be rewarded with a meal that is both provoking and delicious.Black Milk Gastro Bar, situated on Engelbrektsgatan, provides an exhilarating omakase-style dining experience. This is the brainchild of highly acclaimed chefs Daniel Höglander and Niclas Jönsson, who are making an effort to revive Stockholm's fading fine dining scene. Their two-star Michelin restaurant, Aloe in Älvsjö, is a testament to their talent and success, and they’ve set their sights high for this new venture.Their interpretation of omakase takes you on a journey around the globe, allowing the ingredients to dictate the direction of the meal. Embrace the unexpected and you’ll be rewarded with a meal that is both provoking and delicious as it transcends cultural boundaries. The chefs' approach to take well-known dishes and give them a creative spin by skillfully incorporating unexpected elements creates a memorable experience.The team has enlisted the expertise of Hugo Örn from Stjärtelleriet to curate drink pairings that complement the menu. Beyond simply complementing the flavors of the food, these cocktails are thoughtfully designed to add an additional layer of complexity and depth, enhancing the overall sensory experience of the meal. The centerpiece of the space is the chef's counter, where you can watch the team artfully prepare each dish. The vibe is anything but stuffy, with loud music pumping through the speakers and an infectious energy that fills the room. If you're looking for an upscale dining experience that is both delicious and fun, this is the place to be.