Monday, 17 October 2011
Restaurant Review: PM & Vänner
In the mist and deep forests of Småland, Sweden where nothing is represented except for IKEA and famous furniture designs you will find the very small town of Växjö. A town that is more famous for its active green and sustainable work than culinary experience. However, the town offers more than meets the eye, it offers a distinct restaurant with prestigious and high class service. The food is creative, high in quality and impressive in taste. They even have the world champion Sommelier from the World Championship Competition for Sommeliers to select the wine list.
This little restaurant is called PM & Vänner and gives great quality food with innovative cooking and distinct service. Through the years I have been disappointed by their service but impressed with its cooking. For the first time it has shown great performance when it comes to its staff where the first point of aspect are, customers first and service as it should.
Please do try the oysters for starter and go for its locally bred meet. Its local ingredients are all eco friendly and locally bred for a more sustainable thinking and pleasant palate.
My final grade for PM & Vänner is:
4 out of 5
352 31, Växjö
Written by: Alexander Yü
Posted by WesternTaste at 07:29