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Restaurang Vrå

A strong focus on sustainability with inspiration from Japan and the delicacies of the west coast.

Imagine having one foot in Japan and one foot here on the west coast. At Vrå that is possible! The ingredients are locally produced and you can expect more than traditional sushi dishes.

The sustainability concept at Vrå is focused on traceability and it is a crucial ingredient for the evening's menu. The seafood served comes from wild stocks on the west coast. The meat comes from breeders who let the animals live a natural life and the vegetables come from from organic farming in Västergötland.

– We choose to follow nature instead of taming it. The season may decide what comes in through the kitchen entrance and what is served in the evening, says Operations Manager Sofia B Olsson.

The restaurant serves exciting raw dishes and has Gothenburg's largest sake bar. Vrå welcomes you into a cosy Japanese environment where the decor comes from local producers, the marble from Bohuslän and the recycled glass from Orrefors. The porcelain has been carefully picked by Sofia B Olsson herself.

The restaurant's new locale takes up to 90 seats, where you will experience Japanese seating, so called Horigotatsu, long tables, chambre separée and drop-in seats.

On Saturdays you can enjoy a Japanese brunch. Teishoku is the heart of the Japanase food culture, and is made up of miso soup, steamed rice, fried fish and pickled vegetables. Vrå's interpretation is based on locally and sustainably grown ingredients, with something sweet and green tea to finish off your meal. Itadakimasu!


Address: Drottningtorget 10
Stop: Drottningtorget / Centralstationen
Phone: +46 31 619060
E-mail: boka@restaurangvra.se
Website: http://www.restaurangvra.se