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Den Gyldene Freden

Classic fare in rarefied writer-graced surrounds

This old town treasure has already passed into folklore thanks to its presence in the songs of popular musicians Cornelis Vreeswijk and Carl Michael Bellman. Its historic aura endures through its still-intact 16th-century interiors ­– it’s one of the oldest restaurants in the world, according to Guinness World Records. And in these surrounds, sample the sort of top-notch classic fare Den Gyldene Freden has become renowned for, such as the fried honey-glazed goose with red cabbage, apple and sugar fried potatoes. Maybe there will also be a chance to overhear who’ll be the next Nobel Prize for Literature winner; it’s said the Swedish Academy meets here to make the decision.


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