Not just one of the best in Sweden, but in the world, Björn Frantzén’s restaurant offers modern Scandinavian cuisine, blending Nordic ingredients with Asian and Far Eastern flavours, with amazing results.
Frantzén often use unusual ingredients, including small bites such as confit of pig’s head on pork skin, blood and liver pancake with cherries and violet, and galangal root macaron with bird’s liver.
In 2017 the restaurant reopened in a new premises. Now located in a renovated 19th-century Stockholm building, the new restaurant is around six times bigger than before and offers a new version of the renowned tasting-menu employing techniques that weren’t possible in the old, smaller space, like open-fire cooking.
And in 2018 Frantzén received its third Michelin star as the first and only Swedish restaurant to this day.
Björn Frantzén says the whole experience is on a completely different level, from being able to cook better food to receiving guests by elevator, welcoming them with the music and the light changing as they go from the dining area to the rooftop terrace.
Having steadily ascended the past few years, the restaurant is now at an impressive number 6 on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 list.
Klara Norra kyrkogata 26,111 22 Stockholm, Sweden
00 46 8 20 85 80