I was lucky to have the chance to dine at Publico which is said to be one of the hottest restaurants in Stockholm. I participated in a very large group dinner on a Saturday evening with colleagues, so my review is based on that experience. Our evening started out with drinks in a special event space - champagne and some of the best guacamole I've had in a long time. The staff kept our glasses full and so we were very happy to kill an hour or two (time flies when you're having bubbly) until the restaurant was able to seat all of us (at 4 large tables.)
Once we were seated we had a choice of some great bottles of both white and red wine, and then the food started to arrive. I was seated with a colleague who also eats gluten free, and the staff was easily able to accommodate us and made sure that we knew what was safe to eat and what we should avoid.
We started out with a selection of tuna and lamb tacos that were seriously, seriously good. Being a taco girl at heart, it's tough for me to resist anything on a tortilla, but these were really excellent - perfectly sized for a few bites and flavor to the max. This was followed by a veal ceviche that was similarly on par in terms of flavor.
At this point, things start to fall apart in terms of service. It's hard to judge the team to harshly, given that we were such a large group, but even so the time in between courses was SO. LONG. The evening just really did drag on. By the time that dessert was being served, I didn't even care any more and just wanted to leave. That was also colored by the fact that I was full as heck. They really kept is well-fed.
Some other courses that we enjoyed somewhat less were the rack of lamb (that was WAY too salty) and the dessert (a vanilla custard-type cake that wasn't thrilling.)
I wish that I could say more about what an individual dining experience would be like at Publico. It was also easy to enjoy tiny bites that some other Yelpers complained about when I wasn't footing the bill.