We started off with Stumptown coffees which comes with our very own mini jug of warm, frothy milk. Bonus!
Play-by-play milk pouring
An order of fluffy Aebleskiver (Danish Pancakes), $9, was also very necessary as a breakfast appetizer. The housemade lemon curd was at mellow level of tartness, especially in comparison to the zippy lingonberry jam. This was a perfect breakfast dish to split because about three aebleskivers, I had enough and was ready for something savory and high in protein.
The All mighty Aebleskiver
I zeroed in on the Baked Scrambled with Smoked Trout, Horseradish cream and Tarragon ($10). Another reason for loving Sweden is my love for smoked fish. And walnut bread. Sometimes when it rains it pours.
A Square Meal indeed!
My eggs came with a side of sauteed greens (and large ball of butter), which David (a Scandinavian expert), informed me is not very Swedish at all. I was very happy with the bitterliciousness of the greens and decided from here on out sauteed greens are delicious for breakfast!
David was also feeling fishy, so he got a heaping bowl of small cubed potatoes, smoked trout, topped with two baked eggs and pickled beets known as Pytt I Panna ($11). If you're feeling risky you can mix everything together to form a sort of hash, which makes it even more delicious.
aka Swedish Hash
Broder is also open for lunch and dinner. I will be back soon for more the Swedish PM and midday Seduction, no doubt!
2508 SE Clinton St
Portland, OR 97255