This stylish West London eatery opened in 2009, and has won a loyal following for its food, which focuses on traditional dishes like herring platters, gravlax, Danish pork meatballs and venison and mushroom stew. There are also some enticing open sandwiches for lunch.
20 Old Brompton Rd, SW7 3DL.
Proving that Nordic does not have to mean severe and serious, this is a friendly, colourful combination of cafe and shop in the West End. There are sandwiches named “Viking wedgies” and a big old smorgasbord section, while the deli stocks over 600 Scandinavian favourites.
61 Great Titchfield St, W1W 7PP
Newly opened in the foodie heartland of Marylebone, this tiny restaurant offers a mixture of Scandinavian and Baltic-inspired food from Estonian chef Andrei Lesment. Smart and luxurious in a contemporary kind of way, it’s also intimate, seating just 26.
69 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2PH