Swedish and a show at Stockholm Syndrome, Albion

Swedish and a show at Stockholm Syndrome, Albion

While Brisbane may never be able to compete with the history and grand splendour behind the Moulin Rouge in Paris, the art of creating a true dinner and a show experience is one Stockholm Syndrome Cafe Bar is avidly exploring.

With an obvious cheeky streak at heart, owners Mark Fitzsimmons and Kym Larsson have matched 1930s-style cabaret and burlesque nights to their slice of Sweden nestled off Albion’s main strip.

Dishing up a blend of traditional and modern Swedish cuisine, with flavours born out of Scandinavian ingredients, there’s the Roasted Pork Loin with Lavender, Fennel on Pumpkin and Apple Sauce or Meatballs in Cream Sauce served with Boiled Potatoes, Beans and Lingonberry Chutney as winter-warmer fare. Juxtaposed by exotic flavours like elderflower, rosewater and pomegranate filtered through both the sweet and savoury menu choices, top off an indulgent evening with the Rosewater Marscapone Bavarian Cream served with Strawberries and Tarragon Ice Cream.

With all the hype about Rekorderlig cider of late, test your tastebuds on Sweden’s other culinary offerings at Stockholm Syndrome, while revelling in a spot of cabaret amongst the rustic brick walls and antique fittings of this pleasantly affordable restaurant.

Stockholm Syndrome Cafe Bar
340 Sandgate  Road
Ph: 3262 3738

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