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 on the terrace. There’s only a set tasting menu, and the food is just as refined as it is crazy tasty. Some Asian influences, with a Nordic touch, as well as some straight forward yumminess like their classic signature dish ”Fattiga Riddare”. The relaxed and knowledgable staff will make you feel comfortable and at home.
About the Frantzén Wine List
The wine program is run by Carl Frosterud, Frantzéns front of house and sommelier, and in the cellar, you’ll find a lot of classic prestige wines that both pairs perfect with the food make wine lovers mouths water. The set wine menu (usually also with some sake and beer) is always a safe bet that won’t disappoint you, but of course, you can also pick a bottle out of the 1,700 references in the cellar. Especially if you’re into Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and all sorts of Riesling you’ll find some really nice treats. There is a serious selection of Paul Jaboulet La Chapelle if you're a Hermitage fan.
3 Michelin Stars