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Simrishamn, Sweden

Vyn

What’s the restaurant in a nutshell?

In the tranquil setting of Österlen, Skåne, Vyn emerges as the latest culinary masterpiece by Daniel Berlin, acclaimed for his former Michelin-starred venture, Daniel Berlin Krog. This Scandinavian gem, a fusion of gastronomy and design, features a custom-designed open kitchen by Nordiska Kök, elevating the art of cooking into a visual spectacle. Working alongside Lisa Mannheimer from Fojab, Berlin has infused the space with a sense of harmony, reflective of Österlen’s peaceful landscape. For diners seeking a more spontaneous experience, Vyn also offers a casual food and wine bar, providing a taste of Berlin’s exceptional culinary approach in a relaxed, accessible environment.

What are the signature dishes?

Berlin’s culinary narrative is woven intricately with the local terroir. The restaurant, supported by a bespoke kitchen designed by Nordiska Kök, provides a stage where Berlin showcases his deep connection with locally sourced ingredients. The culinary journey at Vyn is a spectacle of local flavours and ingenious craftsmanship, starting with a snacks serving that resembles a treasure box. The ensemble includes warmed king crab, Linderöds pork cheek and local saffron, alongside the revered Kalix löjrom – bleak roe paired with caramelized celeriac and verbena. Highlights include a delicate balance of hot and cold scallops in an apple and sugar kelp sauce, and langoustine cooked in brown butter, accompanied by quince paste, pumpkin and claw meat. Another standout is the salted egg white, yoghurt sorbet and rosemary caramel – a sweet treat harking back to Berlin’s earlier creations. At Vyn, Berlin’s tells an intriguing story of the land, its produce and the people who cultivate it.

Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant

Drinks, anyone?

The drinks at Vyn are as thoughtfully curated as the food. The wine selection is tailored to complement the intricate flavours of each dish, with each pairing meticulously chosen to enhance the overall dining experience. For those preferring non-alcoholic options, a carefully selected range of pairings ensures an inclusive and complete gastronomic journey. Vyn’s approach to beverages mirrors its culinary philosophy – a dedication to quality, locality and a deep respect for the ingredients.

What’s the region like?

Skåne is a southernmost region of Sweden known for its diverse landscapes, rich history and culture, and unique culinary traditions. The region is characterized by its rolling hills, picturesque countryside, and the blend of Scandinavian and European influences. Skåne is also known for its beautiful beaches, making it a popular destination for beach-goers and water sports enthusiasts. Its location, being the bridge between Sweden and Denmark, has shaped its culture and architecture, making it a unique and diverse destination. The region is also known for its vibrant art scene and its farm-to-table philosophy, which makes it known as Sweden’s larder due to its fertile farmlands, producing a wide variety of local produce such as seafood, berries and vegetables. The major cities in Skåne are Malmö, Lund and Helsingborg.

Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
Vyn Simrishamn Sweden restaurant
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Vyn
Höga Vägen 72
Simrishamn
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Andrea Papini for Nordiska Kök and Vyn

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Vyn
Höga Vägen 72
Simrishamn
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Andrea Papini for Nordiska Kök and Vyn

Urban

Rural

Trendy

Classic

Happening

Serene

Affordable

Lavish

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