Svenskt Tenn, a well-known Swedish interior company founded in 1924 by Estrid Ericson, has expanded its iconic retail store to incorporate a café. A bid to portray the brand’s visual universe through taste sensations advances its aim to enhance all senses. Petter Nilsson, the restauranteur behind Petri, runs Café Svenskt Tenn, which serves smaller meals with sweet, salty, and sour flavours for breakfast, lunch, afternoon coffee, and early supper.
Nilsson has created a menu of small and mid-sized dishes to enjoy alone or family-style, similar to a Swedish take on the bento box that combines sweet, salty, and tart flavours. In the same way that Svenskt Tenn’s creator Estrid Ericson was a trailblazer in her area, Nilsson aims to broaden our sense of flavours with dishes like a hokkaido pumpkin pie and a bouillon served with salad alongside open-face sandwiches and pastries.