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Yasuragi serves food inspired by the Japanese cuisine. The menu combines clean flavors with Japanese techniques in an aesthetic expression. A journey for all senses. Here you will find our a la carte restaurant, the vegan restaurant Saishoku and a the classic Teppanyaki Kiri. In addition, there are also two bars, Cocktail Bar and Sake Bar.
Restaurant Teppanyaki and Sake Bar are temporarily closed.
According to the new guidelines from the Public Health Agency, Folkhälsomyndigheten, from March 1st and forward we have to close the restaurant and bar at 8.30 pm. Read more here.
Opening hours: Monday - Sunday
The menu is inspired by the modern Japanese cuisine, combining distinct flavors with Japanese techniques.
Opening hours: 10.30 am - 4.30 pm
Enjoy a delicious sushi, raw food pieces and a glass of sparkling or a healthy smoothie. Right now, the Saishoku restaurant offers the Sen 鮮 menu, which means fresh ingredients in Japanese.
Opening hours: Monday - Synday
Here you are served classical cocktails, mocktails and eco wines by the glas along with exciting beers from around the world. Relax with a glas of eco certified Champagne, while enjoying the stunning view from our roof top terrace.
Opening hours: Temporarily closed
In Japanese cooking the visual experience is as important as the taste. In Teppanyaki Restaurant each table has its own chef to prepare the food in front of the guest on the griddle. The Japanese and local Swedish ingredients provides a unique dining experience. We serve a set menu with inspiration from Japan and our surroundings. In case of food allergy, please contact us in advance.
Opening hours: Temporarily closed
In connection with the Teppanyaki Restaurant, you will find our sake bar. This is a large and very good selection of sake. Try your way through the bottles and get lost in a world full of this amazing rice brew.
All overnight packages include breakfast and dinner. The day package includes lunch, you can also add for breakfast. The evening package includes dinner. For dinner we offer 3 different set menus.
As a guest at Yasuragi, you will wear your yukata, the Japanese cotton robe, throughout your stay, including meals. It is part of our concept to create as calm and uniform an environment as possible.
We have 3 different menus to choose from. It is not possible to combine different dishes from different menus. You can choose different menus in the same company. Read more about the content on the page above. For our menus, we only take into account allergies, not food preferences
We strive for a sustainable food culture as possible. That is why we always have vegetarian and vegan options on our menus, but we also serve fish, poultry and to some extent red meat. For the sake of the environment and health, we would like to encourage you to try our herbal alternatives. See our menus for current dishes.
Our breakfast buffet and on our menus are marked with the 14 ingredients / food groups that cause the most serious hypersensitivity reactions according to the National Food Administration's requirements. If you have other food allergies, we want you to contact us to see if we can handle it. We do not deviate from the menu due to special diets or lifestyle choices.
We serve food inspired by modern Japanese cuisine. The menu combines clear flavors with Japanese techniques in an aesthetic expression. A journey for all the senses.
We are what we eat is a familiar expression. Words that are more than you might think. The food we eat affects not only our health but also our climate. For planet survival, it is important that we make sustainable choices and eat more vegetables and less but good meat.
The food at Yasuragi is based on Japanese cuisine, which has been characterized by several principles. These include the care of the primaries of the different seasons, the care in the aesthetic impression, the proximity to the sea and the heritage of Zen Buddhism. Several of the basic ingredients used in Japanese food art have been sourced from neighboring China, such as bean paste (miso), soy, tea and rice.
The basic ingredients in Japanese cooking are rice, fish, dried algae (konbu; ingredient in clear broth - dashi) and soybeans (used for tofu and bean paste miso). Common seasonings are ginger, soy and wasabi. It is also important that these are fresh ingredients and that the ingredients can therefore vary depending on the season, which also becomes more sustainable.