Q: What is it? A: A new and very ambitious ”gastrobistro” in central Stockholm. And they do deliver! Soon, an image of the Volt exterior will be added right here! Kick starting the entire meal: Home made potatoe wedges. Quite spicy, quite delicious but with little nutritional value. Hah! Left: 2009 Cal Raspallet Improvisacio (Penèdes, [...]
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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. [...]
Q: What is it? A: The first five-star hotel in Sweden that perches on a mountain top. What the 1,420 meter high Are Mountain, (by Swedes referred to as Åreskutan), looks like from room #502 at the Copperhill Mountain Lodge, reasonably early in the morning. Nice! A well equipped room if you happen to like [...]
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 is it? A: A smaller, more personal hotel, tucked away on side street of Stockholm, yet very centrally located. The lobby makes the hotel seem larger than it is. Don’t be fooled, though. Hotel Hellsten still has only 30 rooms. Which is a good thing if you ask me. In the booking system, [...]