A Swedish restaurant has for the first time been awarded three Michelin stars, or three macarons as one also says in France. The one who has manged this achievement is Björn Frantzén at his Restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm. Björn previously had a 2-star restaurant in Gamla Stan, the Old Town, but in 2017 he moved to new premises at Klara Norra Kyrkogata in the city centre.
The menu costs 3000 kronor (~300 euro) but an extraordinary gastronomic experience is promised. One would hope so.
More on the restaurant: restaurantfrantzen.com
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