Right beside City Hall, this building retains Doric columns and deep wood panels that harken back to the days when it was a bank rather than an elegant restaurant. Toast skagen, a Nordic classic, is a good bet for a starter—it's shrimp, mayo, and chives on toasted bread, topped with a generous dollop of whitefish roe. Moose Wallenbergare, served with potato puree, game sauce, and cranberry jam, is definitely worth trying as a main course. Salutorget has adopted with
gusto the very British concept of afternoon tea. Two Sunday brunch sittings are available, at noon and 3.