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The view of Scandinavian food has never recuperated. Also, let's be honest, lutefisk doesn't help. Here's the place where to discover other, better Scandinavian dishes in Los Angeles.

5. Gravlax

More a bar with extreme snacks than a café, Gravlax serves both Scandinavian and Turkish treats. That sounds befuddling until you think about two things: Both cooking styles are enthusiastic about plunges and spreads, and there's a significant Turkish presence in northern Europe, so individuals in those nations have consolidated Turkish food into their eating regimens. Take your pick of salted vegetables, elk salami, Swedish cheddar, pita and baba ganoush. Every so often, that is the ideal supper.
Address: 12400 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066, United States
Telephone: +1 646-812-3069

4. Open Face Food Shop

A "Danish enlivened" neighborhood sandwich shop, Open Face is a request at-the-window, eat-outside sort of spot. At present working with restricted hours, five days per week, the easygoing spot has a little informal breakfast/lunch menu contained generally of sandwiches - open-face, obviously. They likewise serve a wide range of excellent vegetables (some new, some cured), a decision that is both on-pattern and conventional. The meatballs are Danish not Swedish. Check whether you can taste the distinction.
Address: 5577 W Adams Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016, United States
Telephone: +1 855-676-3223

3. Mikkeller

Photo of Mikkeller DTLA - Los Angeles, CA, United States. Inside. At the space of an old mechanic shop.

The Danish brewery is opening lager corridors all throughout the planet. Its South Park area looks how you'd expect - high roofs, common tables, dubiously modern - however the food is superior to it should be. Mikkeller's menu highlights open-face sandwiches on rye embellished with cured beets, apples and cucumber salad; frankfurters; elk charcuterie; and a ton of mushrooms. It additionally incorporates a couple of British, German and Mexican dishes, gestures to a portion of the extraordinary brew drinking societies of the world.
Address: 330 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015, United States
Telephone: (213) 596-9005

2. Olson's Scandinavian Café and Delicatessen

Photo of Olson's Deli - Los Angeles, CA, United States

The leading figure for Scandinavian eatery culture in Los Angeles, Olson's is both café and market, selling cold cuts, cheddar, heated products, Nordic claims to fame likes containers of roe glue and an enormous choice of Scandinavian candy from mass canisters. Swedish fish are only the start. In case you're eating in, get one of the sandwiches, similar to the shrimp skagen: shrimp from Greenland, brilliant roe, crème fraiche, dill, shallots and mayonnaise on a brioche. It's a sandwich you'll require a fork for. You can likewise get a meatball sandwich with cured beets and singed onions or purchase a sack of meatballs to go.
Address: 5660 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019, United States
Telephone: +1 323-938-0742

1. Copenhagen Pastry

Photo of Copenhagen Pastry - Culver City, CA, United States. Entrance

is rigorously to-go, so you'll need to enjoy their spread cakes, kringles and nougat crowns somewhere else, ideally before a fire, with a cup of glogg. The bread shop's meaning of a macaroon does exclude coconut. All things being equal, it's a baked good with marzipan, custard and jam finished off with crackly, rich almond flour. Almond glue is the headliner in a ton of Danish cakes yet you'll likewise track down a couple of appetizing moves here.
Address: 11113 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232, United States
Telephone: +1 310-839-8900