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Two of the world’s 50 best restaurants can be found in Sweden

Two Swedish restaurants made it into the World´s 50 best, with Frantzen reaching an impressive 12th place, followed by Magnus Nilsson´s Fäviken at number 34.

  • Michelin starred frantzén/lindberg in Stockholm
  • Michelin starred frantzén/lindberg in Stockholm
  • Magnus Nilsson at Fäviken Magasinet, Jämtland
  • Restaurant Fäviken Magasinet in Jämtland

Michelin starred frantzén/lindberg in Stockholm

The interest in Swedish cuisine is still going strong and this year two Swedish restaurants were included in the World´s 50 best, with Frantzen reaching an impressive 12th place, followed by Magnus Nilsson´s restaurant Fäviken, located in the region of Jämtland, which came in at number 34

Mathias Dahlgren's Matsalen in the magnificent location of the Grand Hôtel in Stockhollm was in the top 100 best restaurants at number 55.

For more information about The Worlds 50 Best Awards visit www.worlds50best.com

Michelin starred Gastrologik in Stockholm

Fine dining in Stockholm

Stockholm – one of the world leaders in Nordic cuisine; clean, simple yet sophisticated creative cooking and sometimes, notably novel approaches to service.

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Sweden - Rich in its history, confident in its future

Nordic gastronomy is today the very focus of attention for the international food media. Sweden, along with the other Nordic countries, offers a refuge of clean, unspoiled nature, as well as the taste of contemporary exoticism.

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