Borasco

Stockholm, Sweden

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Mediterranean cooking, extra focus on Spain and Mallorca where chef Lukas Moderato started as a chef.One of the most interesting restaurant openings in Stockholm fall 2021. Borasco is the wind that comes with flash and thunder after a storm, common in the Mediterranean where the kitchen’s heart lies.Lukas Moderato is a very talented chef with a great track record of running his own iconic places; my favourite being Deville, but also Carousel next to the Opera and Dining Club (all closed now).The food is full on flavor. It’s not complicated, there’s not too much of crazy spices but it’s balanced to the bone. Fire cooking is a red thread: of course a lot of meat, but also grilled sardines or petite artichokes that have just been touched by the flames. Don’t miss: the tomatoes with anchoas, such a simple thing but the burnt butter on top does it all. The bread served with chicken fat butter, oh my! The mentioned artichokes, of course. And grab either the Mangalitsa pork or piece of meat — or both.Wines are at the point too. Mainly Europe, a good mix och natural and more classic stuff. The vibe is casual. You can swing by for just a glass of wine and a dish but stay for a full dinner.

Tjärhovsgatan 33, 116 28 Stockholm, Sweden

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