Turkish and Scandinavian food under one roof. Turns out it's more of a bar than anything else, they just happen to serve food.
For those of us unfamiliar with Scandinavian food, it was a lot of cured or smoked herring, trout, shrimp, and super thin sliced meats, plus some pickled veggies. Not quite sure what I was expecting, but the shrimp on toast (toast skagen) was unexpectedly delicious and an unexpected texture, while the gravlax (house cured salmon on toast) was a compartively familiar (and tasty) texture and taste.
t'was a bit more ambivalent about the rest. Service was a bit uneven-- one of the owners was handling that, and she tended to walk off before you could get a second sentence out of your mouth. The drink menu was also not as interesting as hoped, both in terms of regional drinks and in terms of a place described as a wine bar by a lot of reviews.