A lobster dinner or mussel soup in this sjöbod, or traditional fishermans hut, in Grebbestad, is as genuine as dining gets in the fishing province of Bohuslän. The outstanding quality of the local seafood is due to the cold temperature and the salinity of the waters. Skagerack (the strait between northern Denmark, Bohuslän and southern Norway) has the same salt level as the middle of the Atlantic, which is one of the highest in the world. Feel like fishing for your own dinner? The staff can take you out on a classic wooden fishingboat, so you can try your luck for lobster, crabs or fish and even oysters. And then enjoy the goods in the restaurant afterwards.