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The 19-seat two-Michelin-starred restaurant epitomizes Scandinavian culinary innovation. Behind an unassuming door in Gamla Stan, which is about 15 minutes walk from Stadsg?rden cruise port, local... Read More
The 19-seat two-Michelin-starred restaurant epitomizes Scandinavian culinary innovation. Behind an unassuming door in Gamla Stan, which is about 15 minutes walk from Stadsg?rden cruise port, local celebrity chef Björn Frantzén combines the best of Swedish and Japanese cuisine to create a gastronomic experience of its own. Most dishes are bite-size and are prepared with out-of-the-world creativity, for example, lobster is sided with algae and herb emulsion as sashimi and green apples are paired with pea shoots to make juice. A wide variety of common and uncommon vegetables are the star of the meal. One of Frantzén's signature dishes, satio tempestas, comes with 46 ingredients all plucked out from the restaurant's garden. Price is high – a 12-course dinner will run you SEK2,100 (USD323), but where else can you find a dish that combines beetroot, lavender and 100-year-old vinegar.
- Restaurants near Cruise Port: "Make sure to check out the restaurant's toilet which has a one-way mirror into the kitchen – that is you can see the chefs but they can't see you."
- Best for Restaurants near Cruise Port Because: Located behind an assuming door in Gamla Stan, this two-Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant presents a game-changing dinning experience, combining fresh Scandinavian seafood and organic vegetable (a lot of them from their own garden) in a theatrical, respectful and very Japanese manner. Dishes are as imaginative and colorful as they can be.