The wine guide to 15 Michelin star restaurants in Sweden 2021

  1. Phone: +46 8 20 85 80

    Address: Klara Norra kyrkogata 26, Stockholm

    When Restaurant Frantzén re-opened in September 2018, they quickly and justly gained a lot of attention, and only half a year later the restaurant was awarded three Michelin stars – the first and only three-star in Sweden. The venue itself is spacious and light, and the dining experience takes place in different rooms and different floors. You start with some appetizers in the livingroom-like lounge and then eat the main courses seated by the wooden bar right in front of the open kitchen. After dinner, you’re welcome back to the lounge for some more wine and/or cocktails, or even a cigar out o...

  2. Phone: +46 8 551 531 05

    Address: Beckholmsbron 26, Stockholm

    Rhône Wine List of the Year Sweden, presented by Paul Jaboulet 2020

    Oaxen Krog stands for Nordic cuisine delivered at the highest level, rewarded with two Michelin stars. If there were a world cup in gastronomic beauty, Oaxen would win it. The presentations are edible works of art. In Oaxen’s bistro Slip, you can enjoy a simpler cuisine in a beautiful setting.

  3. Phone: +46 8 662 30 60

    Address: Artillerigatan 14, Stockholm

    The New Nordic cuisine may not be the newest kid on the block anymore, but here it is an art that has been taken to perfection. Fermentations, textures, service and ambiance play together to take you places that you have never visited before. A must visit for foodies in Stockholm, but wine lovers are equally taken care of.

  4. Phone: +46 73-154 41 51

    Address: Svartlösavägen 52, Älvsjö

    One of Sweden’s best restaurants – Aloë was awarded two Michelin stars 2020 – is hidden behind a furniture store in a Stockholm suburb. If you can find it, you’re rewarded with a very original and sometimes spicy cuisine with influences ranging from Japan to North Africa.

  5. Phone: +46 470 75 97 00

    Address: Storgatan 22-24, Växjö

    Rhône Wine List of the Year Sweden, presented by Paul Jaboulet 2020

    PM & Vänner is a gastronomy hotel, an ambitious bistro and a gourmet resturant where Småland meets France. There is also the bakery and its rooftop bar TAK where you'll find cocktails and views. PM & Vänner has swept our wine list competition several times and it is indeed one of the best food & wine destinations in Scandinavia.

  6. Phone: +46 8 15 02 02

    Address: Roslagsgatan 43, Stockholm

    The wood-fired oven is like a warm heart in the cosy little restaurant on Roslagsgatan. Magical and very natural dishes are brought from it by chefs Filip Fastén and Joel Åhlin. Despite its small and cosy format, Agrikultur has earned a star in the Michelin guide.

  7. Phone: +46 8 30 30 30

    Address: Upplandsgatan 45, Stockholm

    Carl Ishizaki's Sushi Sho caused a splash when they were awarded a Michelin Star for their Omakase and Tsumami, the chef’s choice of sushi and small dishes to die for. All is served over the counter at high speed, like a proper Tokyo hangout.

  8. Phone: +46 8 676 58 00

    Address: Operahuset, Karl XII:s torg, Stockholm

    By the Glass List of the Year Sweden, presented by Le Verre de Vin by Sparkling Ideas 2020

    Operakällaren in Stockholm’s Opera House is probably the most beautiful dining room in Sweden. And the service is like a scene from the Opera stage, professional, classic and warm. The menu is French-inspired, classical and executed at the highest level (one Michelin star).

  9. Phone: +46 8 611 12 10

    Address: Humlegårdsgatan 17, Stockholm

    The fire is still burning at Ekstedt, which was one of the first to use fire as the main source of energy in the kitchen. The ambiance is warm (!), the food is as good as ever and the service is friendly and professional. The Swedish celebrity chef Niklas Ekstedt has left the daily flow but the food here is consistently very good.

  10. Phone: +46 8 480 049 00

    Address: Biskopsvägen 9, Stockholm

    Swedish master chef Tommy Myllymäki opened the grand fine dining restaurant Aira during the hard spring of 2020 when things were looking really bad for the dining scene. The vision paid off despite this and Aira is well on its way to being a new classic in the city - beautifully located by the seaside on Djurgården. The design is grand, modern and very Scandinavian, and the cuisine is very much the same. Aira has been rewarded with a star by Guide Michelin. The service team is experienced and very professional. A must-visit for visitors to Stockholm. There is also a beautiful bar and outdoor...

  11. Phone: +46 31 18 18 58

    Address: Södra Vägen 45, Göteborg

    Project is the wine bar and restaurant that serves both set menus and a la carte and it has been rewarded with a star by Guide Michelin. The menu is internationally inspired.

  12. Phone: +46 31 81 25 80

    Address: Johannebergsgatan 24, Gothenburg

    Top chef Stefan Karlsson has created a warm and cosy fine dining restaurant, rewarded with a Michelin star. The food is built on a Swedish tradition and you can order either a la carte or several tasting menus. There are wine pairings to go with the tasting menus but do not miss the wine list at SK Mat & Människor.

  13. Phone: +46 31 13 80 18

    Address: Norra Hamngatan 10, Göteborg

    One-star Michelin restaurant Bhoga in Gothenburg has a seasonal way of sourcing produce, and courses are changed almost on a daily basis. The kitchen creates modern, Nordic fare with pure flavours and some playful surprises.

  14. Phone: +46 31 20 21 61

    Address: Götabergsgatan 28, Göteborg

    Restaurant 28+ has held its Michelin star for over 30 years, a record in Sweden. In 2016, they opened the wine bar Vinbaren 28+, a cosy corner with exclusive wines served by a very knowledgeable service staff. Snacks, small dishes and a small set menu accompanies the fine wine.

  15. Phone: +46 31 701 79 79

    Address: Viktoriagatan 12, Göteborg

    Koka is one of Sweden’s best restaurants with a star from the Michelin guide and top ratings from White guide. Moreover, Koka has a solid wine heritage from Kock & Vin which the restaurant used to be called. Owner and wine lover Björn Persson has kept many classics in the cellar and on the wine list, such as mature vintages from Bordeaux, Rhone and Piedmont, but more modern and edgy wines can often be found in the wine pairings. The restaurant also has a direct import from Domaine Michel Magnien in Burgundy.