Among Hong Kong diners, Sweden is perhaps best known for its rich and hearty meatballs. But there is plenty more to Nordic cuisine. The Flying Elk – named after a Swedish folk tale – serves a range of Scandinavian dishes with an international influence that are perfect for sharing with family and friends.
With its cool hues and wood-panelled walls, the restaurant’s interior transports guests to a comfortable Swedish log cabin. Its open kitchen is set in the centre of the restaurant, allowing them to see the cooking process in action.
The Hong Kong branch of The Flying Elk is one of a growing stable of eateries from the Swedish chef, Bjorn Frantzen, whose Frantzen restaurant in Stockholm has been awarded three Michelin stars.
The Flying Elk
2/F Wyndham Mansion, 32 Wyndham St, Central, Hong Kong