restaurants / Scandinavian

Lonely Planet review

In a golden wooden building not far from the water, Bacchus has a well-chosen menu that could include slow-baked hare with potato terrine or fillet of reindeer with juniper-and-apple gravy, according to the season. The rustic brickwork interior is warmed by animal skins. As you’d expect from a place named for the Greek god of boozing, the wine cellar is exceptional.