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Make food together with good friends, discover new and exciting ingredients and get as close to nature in West Sweden as its possible to be. With The Edible and the Drinkable Country we’re opening up so you can enjoy a fantastic combination of nature, local food and drinks. Visit Sweden, in collaboration with the regional tourist organisations, has placed handmade wooden tables around Sweden that are bookable between May and September.

Here in West Sweden you’ll find three tables: one out on the unique rocky landscapes of Ramsvik in Bohuslän, one in a leafy wooded grove right by the Göta Canal and one just next to Gothenburg, on the fringes of the landscape park surrounding Gunnebo House. There are, in other words, three completely different places to choose from!

Food journey in Bohuslän

Nicole Jacobsen and Gustaf Björlin visited Bohuslän to film inspiring material for their YouTube channel, Badass Food Stories. You can see all the films below in the article.

The Edible and The Drinkable Country

GÖTA CANAL. The table stands in a shady forest glade right next to the canal. It’s within walking distance of Norrqvarn Hotel & Conference. Anyone booking the table by the Göta Canal can look forward to a truly memorable experience. First class ingredients and one of Sweden’s most visited attractions. 

The Edible and The Drinkable Country

RAMSVIK. The view from the edge of the table is of the grey/pink granite outcrops, and an open sea as far as the eye can see. Booking the unique table on Ramsvikslandet in Bohuslän, presents you with a fabulous combination - nature’s own ingredients, salt sprayed aromas, and smooth sea rocks. 


The Edible Country

GUNNEBO. The Gunnebo House and Gardens lies between two lakes, just half an hour from the centre of Gothenburg, and is easily reached on public transport. When you book the table at Gunnebo you can enjoy delicious ingredients from the estate’s kitchen garden, surrounded by stately oaks, in a beautiful historic setting.