Lunch at Pontus! Restaurant Stockholm

Written By bryanboy

Lunch at Pontus! Restaurant Stockholm

Earlier this week, my friend Elin joined me for a quick celebratory lunch at Pontus! Restaurant here in Stockholm. 2011 is going to be an interesting year for both myself and my blog. I recently inked a deal with a business partner in regards to my website. After more than six years of blogging, I think it’s time to take my site to another level. You know me — I’m all about moving forward. It doesn’t hurt to explore my options in pushing the envelope further. Afterall, I don’t want to be one of those people who are forever stuck in the past. People sometimes complain how my blogging style changed from the way I blogged three, four, five years ago. What they fail to realize is that both me and my audience have grown… AND we’re both continously growing. Tell me, who wants to be the same old, same old?

Elin Kling at Pontus! Restaurant Stockholm

Enough about me. Click click click!

We went to this lovely restaurant called ‘Pontus!’ at Stureplan. I love the custom-made wallpaper with all the books in it. Somehow reminded me of Karl Lagerfeld’s apartment filled with books.

Pontus! Restaurant Stockholm

Wallpaper at Pontus! Stockholm

Soup at Pontus! Stockholm

Deer Meat at Pontus Stockholm

Pontus! Restaurant Stockholm

Our lunch was a simple fare of cold pea soup (which was divine) followed by these amazing deer meat balls. Delicious.

Every time I go to Sweden I somehow end up eating ‘exotic’ meat. I love it!

Pontus! Restaurant
Brunnsgatan 1
Stockholm, Sweden
Phone: +46.08.5452.7300




7 Comments

  1. forget about people who complain about the change of style in your writting. always remember what darwin said.. it is the adaptable ones that survive through evolution!

    kisses fab boy.

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