Borealis is an all-day Nordic spot in Borough, and it’s a good bet for some modern Scandi interiors and a serious dose of lingonberries when you don't have the time to high-tail it to Oslo. It’s the kind of restaurant that can cover a whole host of situations. This place will work as well for a swift business breakfast involving Swedish potato pancakes, as it will for a sit-down, or takeaway, Smorrebrod lunch. But if you’re coming here for a proper dinner over some riesling and moody lighting, be sure to get the frikadeller with pickled cucumber, mashed potato, gravy, and, of course, lingonberries.
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Tas Restaurant Borough
Tas has been cooking some of the most reliably good Turkish food in London Bridge for ages.
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Ekte Nordic Kitchen
If you're looking for a Scandinavian spot in the City, then Ekte Nordic Kitchen is the place to be.
Snaps and Rye
Snaps and Rye serves classically Danish food in a classically clean and orderly setting in Notting Hill.
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