The south west part of Sweden is all about stunning archipelagos with thousands of tiny islands. Fishing traditions are well known in these parts and the seafood is plentiful – 90% of Sweden’s oysters originate here, and along with shrimp, crayfish, mussels, and lobsters, they make up the 'big five'. The table is located at Ramsvikslandet, a nature reserve known for its hiking trails, with vast cliffs and stunning sea views and only 11 km by car from fishing village Smögen and 1,5 hours north of Gothenburg.
How it works
1. Book your seats at the table for free. Please note that the booking is for seats at the table and local DIY recipes – no meals, chefs or table decor are included in the booking.
2. For 150 SEK/person you will get basic ingredients to complement the wild ones that you forage yourselves.
3. Once you’ve made a reservation you will receive an email from your local contact about the experience and how to book add-ons like a cooking kit with basic supplies, a local chef or a foraging guide, accommodation and more,
Reservation is closed for now, but the Edible Country tables will be open for bookings again in 2020.
Sourcing truly local ingredients in the forests of Sweden - the Edible Country.
Besides the fine do-it-yourself dining at The Edible Country, you won’t be short of adventure in West Sweden. The region has a number of nature reserves, walking paths, kayaking and cycling trails. As well as food and drink experiences.
Read more about the table, add-ons and activities in West Sweden.