New Nordic Cuisine: Three Night Michelin-Starred Foodie Break for Two in Stockholm

New Nordic Cuisine: Three Night Michelin-Starred Foodie Break for Two in Stockholm

Stockholm, Sweden

£2,320

“Local chefs, with their organic farming and sustainable agriculture, have turned Sweden…into Europe's surging culinary star” CN Traveller

Why we love it

The rise of New Nordic cuisine has captured the hearts of gastronomes worldwide. With its use of fermented and preserved products, Stockholm's trend-setting food ticks all the boxes; seasonal, sustainable, and delicious. Take in the awe-inspiring natural landscape and culture of the Swedish capital on this extraordinary foodie getaway.

What's Included?

  • Enjoy a gastronomic getaway for two in Stockholm
  • Stay three nights in a standard double room at the centrally-located 5 star Nobis Hotel
  • Indulge in a five-course bespoke Chef’s Table dinner at two Michelin-starred Mathias Dalhgren
  • Savour a 14-course dinner at two Michelin-starred Restaurant Frantzén
  • Take part in a 60-minute 'Only in Sweden' spirit tasting at the Spirit Museum

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Description

Staying at the stylish 5-star Nobis hotel provides the perfect base to explore the enchanting Scandinavian city of Stockholm. Occupying one of the city's most popular squares, the property consists of two 19th century buildings. Masterfully renovated by Claesson Koivisto Runefind, the hotel reflects a balance of old and new; the restored original interiors complement sleek, modern Nordic furnishings.

At Mathias Dalhgren’s two-Michelin-starred waterfront restaurant you’ll enjoy an interactive chef’s table experience. This exciting, unique dining concept is shared between ten guests. You'll receive a five-course bespoke menu cooked live by the chef at the private table.

The “five produce” menu is created around ingredients that are strictly in-season. The restaurant’s sommeliers will also liaise with the chef and curate a bespoke beverage pairing based on the day’s dishes.

Look forward to additional Michelin-starred dining at the intimate and relaxed Restaurant Frantzén. Björn Frantzén’s eponymous restaurant in Stockholm’s old town has won widespread acclaim for its modern Scandinavian cooking, being ranked as one of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants and earning two Michelin stars.

Focussing on seasonal Scandinavian produce, the daily-changing, multi-course tasting menu explores flavour and texture with subtle Asian influences. Each dish is carefully developed in the test kitchen and is presented in a playful style. The signature dish, ‘Satio tempestas’, offers an array of more than 40 vegetables grown in the restaurant’s own gardens.

On a day of your choosing, visit The Spiritmuseum. This museum is a unique destination located in Stockholm’s two remaining 18th-century naval buildings on the island of Djurgården. This interesting experience focuses on the bittersweet relationship humans have with alcohol; the museum’s exhibitions will take you on a journey from pain to pleasure, from park bench to cocktail party, using art, scenery, memory, scent, and taste. After state monopoly on alcohol production was lifted, Sweden went through a mini-revolution. Today, Sweden has over fifty vineyards and over ten whiskey distilleries. You’ll have the opportunity to try out some of Sweden’s exciting new products as part of the museum’s “Sweden: spirits of a nation” exhibition.

Description

Staying at the stylish 5-star Nobis hotel provides the perfect base to explore the enchanting Scandinavian city of Stockholm. Occupying one of the city's most popular squares, the property consists of two 19th century buildings. Masterfully renovated by Claesson Koivisto Runefind, the hotel reflects a balance of old and new; the restored original interiors complement sleek, modern Nordic furnishings.

At Mathias Dalhgren’s two-Michelin-starred waterfront restaurant you’ll enjoy an interactive chef’s table experience. This exciting, unique dining concept is shared between ten guests. You'll receive a five-course bespoke menu cooked live by the chef at the private table.

The “five produce” menu is created around ingredients that are strictly in-season. The restaurant’s sommeliers will also liaise with the chef and curate a bespoke beverage pairing based on the day’s dishes.

Look forward to additional Michelin-starred dining at the intimate and relaxed Restaurant Frantzén. Björn Frantzén’s eponymous restaurant in Stockholm’s old town has won widespread acclaim for its modern Scandinavian cooking, being ranked as one of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants and earning two Michelin stars.

Focussing on seasonal Scandinavian produce, the daily-changing, multi-course tasting menu explores flavour and texture with subtle Asian influences. Each dish is carefully developed in the test kitchen and is presented in a playful style. The signature dish, ‘Satio tempestas’, offers an array of more than 40 vegetables grown in the restaurant’s own gardens.

On a day of your choosing, visit The Spiritmuseum. This museum is a unique destination located in Stockholm’s two remaining 18th-century naval buildings on the island of Djurgården. This interesting experience focuses on the bittersweet relationship humans have with alcohol; the museum’s exhibitions will take you on a journey from pain to pleasure, from park bench to cocktail party, using art, scenery, memory, scent, and taste. After state monopoly on alcohol production was lifted, Sweden went through a mini-revolution. Today, Sweden has over fifty vineyards and over ten whiskey distilleries. You’ll have the opportunity to try out some of Sweden’s exciting new products as part of the museum’s “Sweden: spirits of a nation” exhibition.

We Also Recommend

  • Pick up some Swedish produce at the Östermalms Saluhall market
  • Venture underground to explore the world’s longest art exhibition in Stockholm's subway system
  • Stop at Café Saturnus – home to Stockholm’s largest cinnamon buns

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue, with travel dates within 12 months.

Flights are not included to give you maximum flexibility with your travel arrangements.

Restaurant Frantzén is open Tuesday to Thursday from 6.30pm, Friday from 5pm and Saturday from 3pm.

The Chef’s Table experience (Matbordet) at Mathias Dalhgren is available Tuesday to Saturday at 6.30pm. The restaurant is closed between July 15 2016 and August 9 2016.

The Spiritmuseum is open daily from June 1 to August 31, 10am to 6pm, September 1 to May 31, 10am to 5pm and every Tuesday, 10am to 8pm. The Spiritmuseum is closed on December 24, 25 and 31.

Sales tax (12%) and service charge is included in the bill at Mathias Dalhgren and Restaurant Frantzén. Gratuity (tip) is not included. A 5-10% gratuity (tip) is normal and expected but not mandatory; this is left to the guests discretion on the day.

Menus are subject to seasonal change and daily availability. Please state any dietary requirements or allergies you may have at the time of booking. A vegetarian and vegan menu is available at Restaurant Frantzén. A vegetarian menu is available at Mathias Dalhgren.

This experience is priced for a standard double room at Nobis Hotel. If no rooms of this specification are available, a suitable replacement will be offered at a centrally-located 5 star hotel. Room upgrades or changes may be subject to a surcharge.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 8 weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

We Also Recommend

  • Pick up some Swedish produce at the Östermalms Saluhall market
  • Venture underground to explore the world’s longest art exhibition in Stockholm's subway system
  • Stop at Café Saturnus – home to Stockholm’s largest cinnamon buns

Additional Information

This experience is valid for redemption within six months from the date of issue, with travel dates within 12 months.

Flights are not included to give you maximum flexibility with your travel arrangements.

Restaurant Frantzén is open Tuesday to Thursday from 6.30pm, Friday from 5pm and Saturday from 3pm.

The Chef’s Table experience (Matbordet) at Mathias Dalhgren is available Tuesday to Saturday at 6.30pm. The restaurant is closed between July 15 2016 and August 9 2016.

The Spiritmuseum is open daily from June 1 to August 31, 10am to 6pm, September 1 to May 31, 10am to 5pm and every Tuesday, 10am to 8pm. The Spiritmuseum is closed on December 24, 25 and 31.

Sales tax (12%) and service charge is included in the bill at Mathias Dalhgren and Restaurant Frantzén. Gratuity (tip) is not included. A 5-10% gratuity (tip) is normal and expected but not mandatory; this is left to the guests discretion on the day.

Menus are subject to seasonal change and daily availability. Please state any dietary requirements or allergies you may have at the time of booking. A vegetarian and vegan menu is available at Restaurant Frantzén. A vegetarian menu is available at Mathias Dalhgren.

This experience is priced for a standard double room at Nobis Hotel. If no rooms of this specification are available, a suitable replacement will be offered at a centrally-located 5 star hotel. Room upgrades or changes may be subject to a surcharge.

All bookings are subject to availability. We recommend booking at least 8 weeks in advance to guarantee desired dates and times.

How it works

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    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Location

Norrmalmstorg 2-4, 111 86 Stockholm

Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 111 48 Stockholm

Lilla Nygatan 21, 111 28 Stockholm

Djurgårdsvägen 38, 115 21 Stockholm

Nobis Hotel Norrmalmstorg 2-4, 111 86 Stockholm

Restaurant Mathias Dahlgren Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 111 48 Stockholm

Restaurang Frantzén Lilla Nygatan 21, 111 28 Stockholm

Spritmuseum Djurgårdsvägen 38, 115 21 Stockholm

New Nordic Cuisine: Three Night Michelin-Starred Foodie Break for Two in Stockholm

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