Dinner

A taste of Gysinge

Home cooking in a modern style

Opening hours

Monday – Thursday 5 – 9 pm

Friday – Saturday 5 – 10 pm

(kitchen closes at 9 p.m.)

Sunday Closed

Closed 21/6 – 22/6 Midsummer!

In the Orangeriet restaurant, we serve locally produced food with a focus on seasonal ingredients. Our menu is classic but creative and is always updated according to the current season. Here you will find home cooking in a modern style – simple and good food with ingredients from local producers. In our menu you will find traces of Gysinge and the fantastic nature found here.

Dinner

Saturday 8/6 we only serve our special menu!

First course

Burrata from Frägsta dairy

Grilled bread, garlic roasted tomato, olive crumble & oliv oil

155 KR

Skagen toast

Shrimp créme with chives, horse radish, onion and mayonnaise. Served with butterfried bread and roe

165 KR

Bresaola from Torsåkers kött

Cream cheese créme, marinated melon, salt roasted pumpkin seeds and balsamic vinaigrette

175 KR

Main course

Pepper smoked salmon from Bergmans fisk

With dill creamed potatoes, pickled vegetables, sprout salad and deepfried dill

275 KR

Gnocchi

Truffle cream, candied walnuts, deepfried chickpeas, parmesan and crispy kale

235 KR

Steak Frites

Grilled sirloin steak with pommes frites. Served with port wine jus, Café de Paris crème,

soy fired green beans, baked tomato and parmesan

285 KR

Big Blank burgare

2 x 100g smashburgers with cheddar cheese. Served on brioche bun with truffle mayonnaise, onion and salad.

Side of pommes frites and more mayo

229 KR

Dessert

Crème brûlée

Flavoured with vanilla och miso

100 KR

Rhubarb

With lime marinated berries, caramel crumble, vanilla meringue and ice cream

139 KR

Chocolate truffle

Flavoured with coffee och Gammelstilla whisky

49 KR

SOMETHING GOOD TO DRINK?

Enjoy something refreshing at the bar, a glass of wine or a locally brewed beer from Gysinge Brewery. For those who want something fruity and non-alcoholic, we have picked apples from our Manor Garden and made must. It doesn’t get more locally produced than that!