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Frantzén Reviews

Frantzen was one of my favorite meals of all time. It is difficult to describe Chef Björn Frantzén’s food since he does not seem to be tied to any one cuisine or theme in his cooking. He mostly gets ingredients from the Nordic region, but he does not limit himself to this region; he also uses ingredients from other parts of the world. The simplicity and purity of tastes found in Japanese cuisine seem to have influenced some of his meals; others, on the other hand, contain extremely thick sauces that would not be out of place in a traditional French dinner (sometimes in the same dish like a chawanmushi with foie gras and aged pork). All of the dishes from my dinner have one thing in common: Chef Frantzen seems to be preoccupied with making the greatest cuisine possible, regardless of where the ingredients come from or what method is used. This devotion results in some of the most delicious cuisine I have ever eaten, hands down. In some ways, the €350 cost is justified by the enthralling eating experience that has been provided.

Cuisine Type: Modern Cuisine

Specialties:
Langoustine, crispy rice, roasted aubergine & miso butter

Quail “bbq”, green asparagus, foie gras with lemongrass jus

Sour rhubarb sorbet, strawberries, cashew, crystallized seaweed with tea, tea, tea

Address: Klara Norra Kyrkogata 26, Stockholm, 111 22, Sweden

Phone: +46 8 20 85 80

Website: Frantzén Official Site

Hours: Closed: 19 December-5 January, Monday, Tuesday, Sunday

Michelin Stars: 3