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Dinner at Fotografiska, Stockholm
Dinner at Fotografiska which offers green meals and stunning views.
Photo credit: Anna Hållams

Fotografiska

Fotografiska is Sweden’s largest museum of photography and its popular restaurant was awarded Best Museum Restaurant of the Year in 2017.

The restaurant at Fotografiska is all about sustainable food created with innovative methods. The renowned chef Paul Svensson runs the kitchen under the concept of Conscious Cuisine, meaning that the menu varies depending on the season and all parts of the produce are utilised when cooking, creating as little waste as possible. The same produce is often cooked in various ways, creating unexpected flavours and new taste sensations. According to the chef himself the vegetarian and vegan dishes are the highlights of the menu, but you can add top quality fish and meat too if you like.  

Oh, and did we mention that dinner is served with panoramic views over the sea and Royal Djurgården? And that a visit to the restaurant includes a reduced entry fee to the photo exhibitions? This culinary experience is sure to satisfy both your belly and mind. 

Fotografiska,  Stadsgårdshamnen 22, 116 45 Stockholm 

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Sustainable food

The Fotografiska restaurant was awarded Museum Restaurant of the Year in 2017. It has a sustainable approach, meaning that they serve local food and fully utilise all ingredients.

Photo: Anna Hållams/imagebank.sweden.se

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Sustainable food

Photo: Anna Hållams/imagebank.sweden.se

Fotografiska

Photo: Anna Hållams/imagebank.sweden.se

Fotografiska

Photo: Anna Hållams/imagebank.sweden.se

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