A culinary pioneer at the trendier end of Åsögatan, this local Italian (named after the Italian football league trophy) is not what it seems at first sight. It's rustically styled down, the walls sparsely decorated with portraits of Swedish footballers, and has an adjoining hole-in-the-wall bar with a TV always tuned to the local sports station. But don't expect simple spaghetti here - this is a marvellously subtle Italian kitchen, and the bresaola, ravioli and tiramisú are all prepared with a loving and skilful hand. One of the city's few genuinely top-class Italians. Reservations essential.