Delicious “Julbord” at Fjäderholmarnas Krog
Christmas is around the corner and one of the biggest Christmas traditions in Sweden is eating “julbord” during the weeks leading up to the main holiday. Julbord is basically the famed Swedish smörgåsbord, which we usually eat on Midsummer and Easter, with more traditional Christmas dishes added.
On the boat, heading out through the harbor.
Many restaurants serve julbord in the 4-6 weeks before Christmas. While Swedes love julbord, we are pretty tired of it by the time December 24th rolls around after all the office parties, family dinners and nights out with friends. So, don’t expect to find many places serving this after Christmas. However, if you are visiting in the weeks leading up to Christmas, this is a great way to try just about every traditional Swedish dish there is in one fell swoop… plus experience a Swedish holiday tradition.
First course: herring!
There are good julbords and others that are best avoided, so it is important to choose correctly. One of the best…
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