On hearing "swedish cuisine,"I suppose it's easy for people to associate that with meatballs from IKEA.Since I've lost my heart to Scandinavian countries for ages,especially Sweden and Finland,I was thrilled to find there's actually a swedish restaurant here apart from IKEA!
It's hard to find an accurate word to describe my passion for everything about Sweden and Finland.They both seem to be so irresistible!Their lifestyle,fashion and music are the main attraction.There're tons of Swedish musicians I love.I'm dying for a trip to there!
I like the atmosphere at Milo Milo,it's kind of chic-but-cozy.To my surprise,they broadcasted a swedish radio show.I was quite into that show,cuz I was excited that I actually understood a few words and some easy sentences from that show.Umm it seems like my efforts in Swedish have paid off a bit.It's no doubt a shot in the arm!
I was amazed by how assorted the swedish cuisine could be on their menu.It's sad that they no longer offered "Gravlax Råraka,"which is a typical swedish dish I've been curious about for a while.The food was absolutely amazing!My salmon was tender and well-cooked (It'd be better if there were two slices of salmon,though!;p)My friend's nachos with mexican salsa sauce tasted great as well.Moreover,their dessert was an A+.I got a chocolate brownie,which was served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and whipped cream.Truth is normally I don't like whipped cream,but this one completely captivated me.Suddenly,it even occurred to me that it's no harm to put on pounds for this temptation.
Milo Milo have delicious Swedish food with reasonable price.It's definitely a great spot to be with friends and maybe you'll start a relationship with Sweden right after having a meal at this restaurant.I've a feeling that I'm gonna be their regular customer!
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