New York City’s not exactly rural Sweden. But you’d never know that after last night, when chef Daniel Berlin flooded the BA Test Kitchen with flavors from the Swedish hinterlands. Whether he was charring celeriac over an open-flame with sago (“Nordic tapioca”) or dishing out pickled duck eggs and sugar-fried rosemary, we could’ve been convinced that he foraged those ingredients locally, just a few hours before—if not for the view of the Empire State Building from the kitchen. The no-big-meat-course menu and funky wines kept us guessing (and licking our lips), transporting BA Night Kitchen to the family-run, intimate dining room at Daniel Berlin Krog i Skåne Tranås. Click through or check out this video to see how it all went down.

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