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Vegetarian meal at Rutabaga, Stockholm
Food from Rutabaga, a restaurant by Mathias Dahlgren - creating the next generation of lacto-ovo-vegetarian cuisine in Stockholm.
Photo credit: Lennart Weibull

Rutabaga

It is not every day that a chef with multiple Michelin stars and four Swedish Chef of the Year titles opens a restaurant specialising exclusively in lacto-ovo-vegetarian cuisine, but that is exactly with Mathias Dahlgren has done at Rutabaga.

Rutabaga is one of two Dahlgren-run restaurants set inside the magnificent Stockholm Grand Hotel. Named after rutabaga swede, a native-Swedish root vegetable that is like a cross between a cabbage and a turnip, the restaurant is dedicated entirely to building the chef’s vision of future cuisine featuring world-class vegetarian dishes. 

Expect a laid-back, vibrant atmosphere and an innovative menu featuring dishes such as wild mushrooms with smoked egg and sour cream and ceviche of avocado and jalapeño.

Vegetarian food at Rutabaga, Stockholm

Food from Rutabaga, a restaurant by Mathias Dahlgren - creating the next generation of lacto-ovo-vegetarian cuisine in Stockholm

Photo: Lennart Weibull

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EU and Swedish Board of Agriculture