Eating in a forest in Småland, Edible Country
Photo: August Dellert

The edible country

About

Unhealthy food has become everyday food for billions of people. Together with an inactive lifestyle and the perception that healthy food is complicated and inaccessible, this is a ticking health bomb on a global scale. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Natural and healthy food can be just as tasty and easy to make as anything else. And cooking it in nature can also give you the positive health effects that a close-to-nature lifestyle comes with. That’s why we’ve turned Sweden into the world’s largest gourmet restaurant. Because here, great healthy food is just around the corner – in our nature. And we want you to enjoy it with us.

Together with four of Sweden’s Michelin-starred chefs, we have composed a do-it-yourself menu from ingredients that you can forage in our forests, fields and lakes. Reserve your seat on this website or at Bookatable.com, and if it’s fully booked, don’t worry; there’s another 100 million acres of fine do-it-yourself dining available for you.

Always close, always open. Simple, healthy and delicious. Welcome to Sweden, the edible country.

A special thanks to our partners Fjällräven, Primus and Bookatable.com.

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A wooden table on a hill by trees, with views of a lake.
Småland

Wallby

A wooden table surrounded by trees by a calm lake.
Gothenburg, West Sweden

Gunnebo

A table placed in nature on a frozen lake with mountains in the background
Swedish Lapland

Arjeplog

A table placed in the forest
Värmland

Kittelfältet

A table placed in the countryside by a river in the forest
Jämtland Härjedalen

Bydalen

A table placed on a cliff in the Stockholm archipelago. The sun is shining and the sea is in the background.
Stockholm archipelago

Utö

A table placed in the forest.
Småland

Asa

A table placed in the forest in the autumn.
Skåne

Ormanäs

A table placed in the west Sweden archipelago on a cliff by the water.
West Sweden

Ramsvik