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Kock & Vin
Kock & Vin Review
Unashamedly Swedish flavors dominate the short menu here. On a rotating menu that changes about four times each year, you'll find the likes of a pan-fried catch of the day with pimento and mushrooms, or wild duck with a cream made of salsify, grated walnuts, and parsley. The restaurant is small (elbow room can be a little tight) and perfectly dressed in cream, beige, and brown—all bathed in soft candlelight. The staff are very relaxed and friendly; they like nothing more than to discuss the ins and outs of the night's menu.
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