Götene, Västra Götalands län
Exciting culinary exploits at one of Sweden's oldest inns
Ingredients collected from the surrounding area
Forshems Gästgivargård has developed into one of West Sweden's most exciting places in terms of food and environment. The inn at Forshems strives to celebrate local food traditions.
The restaurant is certified by A Taste of West Sweden. This certification is reserved for restaurants, producers and farm shops which offer sustainable and genuine west Swedish products and dining, all based on local seasonal produce. This means that the ingredients used in the inn's restaurant are taken from the surrounding district as much as possible. The game meat comes from Kinnekulle, the fish from Vänern, the vegetables, fruit, berries and mushrooms from the forest and local growers.
The International Slowfood Movement nominated the inn for an award and a diploma in 2004. Forshems Gästgivargården is the second restaurant in Sweden to be given such an award by the organisation. It is also rated as one of the 160 best inns in the White Guide and has been given additional awards such as the Western Swedish Academy of Gastronomy's Great Prize.
Activities at Forshems Gästgivaregård
If you are interested in doing something different while you are on Kinnekulle, Forshems Gästgivaregård proposes several activities with local organisers. Fireside wood carving, photo-journalism and cooking classes are just a few examples. Book the activities in advance by calling Forshems Gästgivaregård.