Q: What is it? A: A small temple of culinary excellence that will dazzle you. No doubt. Had it been located in London or Paris, it would already have recieved its third star! Officially Sweden’s best restaurant. No kidding. Since Frantzén/Lindeberg opened on February the 1st 2008, I’ve been there four times as a guest. [...]
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Q: What is it? A: An ambitious yet friendly restaurant place where you’ll worship meat in many forms and variations. Already good from the beginning, it has evolved into one of Stockholm’s very best restaurants. A massive meat refrigerator for curing meat is the first thing you will see when entering AG. And that’s a [...]
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: Vegetarians, beware! This place in the Old Town of Stockholm serves meat from one animal at the time. And they do it with flair and competence. Highly recommended. It was a rather bold move: A meat-only restaurant The concept: serve one animal at the time, where different meat paragraphs from [...]
Only in the main dining room at Megu: An 800-pound temple bell above an ice-sculptured Buddah, (carved daily). Take a closer look and you’ll se the tables. In the menu it was listed simply as ”5 Kinds of Sashimi Tasting”. Nobody said anything about it being served on top of blue neon light. Visible in [...]
Q: What is it? A: A former gunpowder factory turned into a hotel, furnished with items from Marcel Wanders’ company Moooi, as Wanders insisted on becoming the co-owner of the place after having a meal here. The place is called Ouderkerk aan de Amstel. The location is in the headline for two reasons: 1) The [...]