Q: What is it? A: In 2004, Hakkasan’s top dim sum chef gets a restaurant where he can focus on what he’s good at, and receives a Michelin star within one year of operation. Looks like a nightclub or a cocktail bar. Is not. Packed with beautiful people. Busy, bustling and one of the best. [...]
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Q: What was it? A: A well-managed restaurant with an interesting philosophy that closed after losing its Michelin-star. I still miss it. Bread and luxury snacks Leijontornet style: The round thingie that looks like a lollipop is actually fried bass. Cured and smoked halibut from Iceland with raw shrimps in caramelized butter and horse radish [...]
Q: What is it? A: One of the most anonymous top-restaurants in Stockholm. One Michelin star. One super-star sushi chef. One helluva dining experience. It’s quite a performance… It is located in a former theatre on a quiet street in central Stockholm, (Swedish punk legends Ebba Grön took it to the stage here in 1978). [...]
Q: What is it? A: A modern hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant and a nightclub and a rooftop pool and a bit of noise and a bit of an attitude. They sure tried to make it look modern. The façade looks pretty office-like but the design is kind of smart, allowing guests to some privacy. [...]
Q: What is it? A: The grand dame of Stockholm hotels. Classic in style but not stuffy. The most touristic picture on this site ever. And it’s from my hometown! I snapped a pic of the Grand Hôtel standing on the Old Town-side of the harbour, just in front of the Royal Castle. Yep, that’s [...]